A harsh blast of cold air that moved over the Northeast on Tuesday night will be quick to leave.
It is not only dramatically colder air headed back to the Northeast, but also snow in some communities.
The recent stretch of above-average warmth and nice weather across the Front Range corridor has come to an end.
The harsh winter of 2013-2014 took a toll on car sales, but analysts are hopeful that spring will bring a boom in sales.
A developing El Nino may impact the weather in portions of the United States, starting this summer.
After an unrelenting wintery weather season, many across the U.S. are fed up with snow and cold.