A storm system is set to spread heavy, wet snow and some ice across New England Friday into Saturday, bringing a taste of winter back to the region.
As a storm runs into the warm-cool air battleground in place across the northeastern United States, areas of wintry and wet weather will occur by week’s end.
Another round of snow burying the Colorado Rockies into Wednesday will be a setback for travelers but a boon to ski resorts nearing the season's end.
Following mild weather during January and February, winter came back with a vengeance with plummeting temperatures in March. Will that trend continue into April?
After a dramatic drop in temperatures, windswept snow has shut down portions of interstates in Colorado on Friday morning.
After harsh cold at midweek, temperatures will soar across the mid-Atlantic as winter chill lingers across New England into the weekend.
Many Californians will only get a brief glimpse of the sun in between multiple storms and travel delays into the end of March.
The U.S. had its sixth warmest winter in addition to experiencing the eighth wettest winter in recorded history.