A storm riding a surge of springlike warmth will bring a round of severe weather this weekend.
A magnitude-3.3 earthquake was felt across the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex on Saturday night.
A surge of warmth is headed to the Pittsburgh area, replacing the recent December-like cold.
East Coast travelers are being put on alert that the potential exists for a winter storm to unfold on Wednesday, the busiest travel day of the year.
A wide variety of weather, ranging from springlike conditions, to wintry precipitation and cold air will affect travel across the nation for the week of Thanksgiving.
People across the Northeast will be reaching for their hats and winter coats once again during the upcoming week following a brief period of springlike warmth.
A surge of warmth is headed to the Harrisburg area, as is the threat for a winter storm to disrupt Thanksgiving travel on the busiest travel day of the year.
A surge of warmth is headed to the Washington, D.C., area, as is the threat for a winter storm to disrupt Thanksgiving travel on the busiest travel day of the year.
Call it a taste of spring, or a return to early autumn warmth, temperatures will climb over much of the eastern half of the country this weekend into early next week.
The mammoth amount of snow that fell across areas around Buffalo, New York, has caused extreme travel delays and has forced the Bills game to a new location.
Dry weather is expected to last through Thanksgiving in the Dallas Metroplex.
Austin, TX (1937)
9.7-inch snowfall -- This was the only snow Austin had all season.
N.W. Texas (1940)
Severe ice storm - 6-inch accumulation.
Maine & New Hampshire (1943)
Big snow in central New Hampshire and Maine resulted from a stalled low pressure system. 56 inches of snow fell in 24 hours at Randolph, NH. A total of 35 inches at Middle Dam, ME made a new state record.