The mid-Atlantic had never seen a March morning as cold as this one... the Great Lakes ice and U.S. snow cover set records, and more.
Elliot Abrams said: "Rather than centering near the I-80 to I-70 corridor, the snow was centered on the I-70 to I-64 corridors." So what he's saying is...
It's been a heck of a season, but winter is not over yet. Historic cold and snow is coming once again.
I was lucky enough again this year to have AccuWeather send me to Social Media Week in New York City and even luckier to get these awesome photos.
I'd like to present our latest promo video which explains what AccuWeather, the company, does.
Six states got socked with around two feet of snow -- or more, after the Pre-Valentine's Day Blizzard of 2014 was through.
Hundreds of thousands are without power due to inches of sleet and freezing rain, while tens of thousands of lightning strikes in the Gulf of Mexico crank up the blizzard.
This winter storm is likely to be the biggest storm of the season, by measure of ice or snow, but why and how does it compare to historic storms?
Was there a record 75-foot wave yesterday in the waters of the United Kingdom? What size waves and wind gusts are coming this weekend?
After testing my own quadcopter for a weather purposes, and delving more into regulations for them (or lack thereof), some of my FAQ answers may surprise you.