AccuWeather.com has important tips that can save your life if a tornado strikes your community.
Travel disruptions and power outages continue from a major storm from Washington, D.C. to Philadelphia Wednesday evening.
The storm system moving across the country will lead to problems at all major airports in the U.S.
As the storm strengthens near the coast, winds will increase over New Jersey, Virginia and the Delmarva Peninsula.
Know how to find road conditions in your area when winter weather hits.
Exposure to temperatures below 20 degrees can cause pipes to freeze and break. A few simple steps can help protect pipes from freezing or defrost them when they do.
Power outages are inconvenient and can be dangerous. With the right emergency power system time, without power is brief and life inside the home can swiftly return to normal.
Is this popular saying really true?
Snow & Ice Management Association offers these helpful tips for removing snow safely.
With cold weather in full swing, the winter months can be a dangerous time for your dog.
What conditions cause snow to be dense and wet instead of light and powdery?
Snow-related building collapses are usually caused by heavy loads of snow on roofs. Learn how to calculate your roof snow load and deal with it.
Should you go work in bad weather? Here's how to judge the conditions, and how to prep your cars.
Knowing what the different advisories, watches, and warnings mean will lead to more informed decision making when a winter storm threatens a particular area.
A winter weather emergency kit is necessary for staying safe during inclement weather.
There are two easy facts to differentiate between hail and sleet: time of year and size.
Granulate salt is one method used to melt ice on icy roads.
A complete guide to surviving a power outage during a major winter storm.
What exactly makes black ice so dangerous?
Though salt can be effective, it does have some negative impacts on the environment.
With snow slamming the Northeast, it's important to know how to stay safe on the road.
When you look up at the sky, you do not want to see this menacing type of cloud.
As February's end draws near, severe weather season edges closer.
Severe weather season is here. Do you know what to look out for?