This week is the two-year anniversary of the "Snowmageddon" blizzard of 2010 in the mid-Atlantic, a storm which was followed by another, slightly north, only a few days later. Since we wrote a news story about the anniversary, I'll spare you more text; each graphic is a link to different blog entries that I wrote live during the storm. It was quite something to live through!
A long list of records was set; some spots got over 50" of snow from the two storms. In fact the combination of the two may have been the worst snow there since the Little Ice Age It also led to our most popular YouTube video (I also recommend the remix).
Also below are some of the best Snowmageddon photos from our Photo Gallery (the first one is me in my front yard here in Central PA).
The future of weather and storm chasing video is here -- and it's 360.
The first week of May in 2003 had one of the worst tornado outbreaks on record in the United States.
Five years ago today, April 27, 2011, there were over 300 tornado reports in the Deep South. Today, I look at before and after damage aerials.
A major severe weather outbreak with long-track tornadoes and extremely large hail is forecast for today.
An anomalous reading from a tsunami buoy off the coast of New England has social media buzzing this morning.
With AcuRite's Environment Monitor, you can monitor conditions both the outside and inside of your house.