Between 3 and 6 feet of snow and plunging temperatures have left thousands snowed in over upstate New York, and the cold and snow has taken lives.
A shift in the weather pattern in early December will deliver some relief for the 200 million people across the U.S. being blasted by bitter air.
After a pause in the lake-effect snow on Wednesday, more bands of heavy snow will continue to pummel areas downwind of the Great Lakes, including northern and western New York, Thursday into Friday.
Mt. Abram Ski Area in Greenwood, Maine, is turning to solar power to help offset their annual energy consumption and help reduce the costs of snow-making.
We compiled 12 webcams from around the country that will bring snowfall events to life this winter season.
Frigid conditions and heavy snow led to widespread and extensive school cancellations and delays last year. How will this winter shape up?
Bands of very heavy lake-effect snow will continue much of this week and could break a 24-hour United States snowfall record Tuesday night.
The coldest air since last winter, now over the Plains and Midwest, will blast into the East during the first half of this week.