The AccuWeather.com Facebook fans took advantage of the mild winter temperatures and snapped some truly beautiful pictures of sunrises and sunsets. Enjoy.
AccuWeather Facebook fan Angie E. snapped this sunrise picture in Dayton, Ohio on Jan. 8, 2012.
This picture of the sunset in the Florida Everglades on Jan. 7 was shared by AccuWeather Facebook fan Jimmy D.
AccuWeather.com Facebook fan Rick A. of took this picture of the sunrise in Stamford, Connecticut on Jan. 8.
The nighttime sky of San Jose, California streaked with shades of pink, yellow, blue and orange taken by AccuWeather.com Facebook fan William J. on Jan. 7.
AccuWeather Facebook fan Wilma S. captured this picture of a fiery morning sky over Pikeville, Tennessee on Jan. 8.
Accuweather.com Facebook fan Kevin D took this amazing photograph of the evening sky over Saint Louis, Missouri on Jan. 7.
The sun paints the clouds gold in this early morning shot of the sunrise by AccuWeather.com Facebook fan Sam E. in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on Jan. 7.
A beautiful nighttime sky over Elkhart, Illinois on Jan. 7 was photographed by AccuWeather.com Facebook fan Elizabeth C.
Many thanks to all of the AccuWeather fans who upload their beautiful pictures to our Facebook page.
Prior to a blizzard slamming the Northeast Monday night through Tuesday, less intense but yet still disruptive snow will streak from Midwest to the mid-Atlantic through Monday.
For Atlantic Canada, yet another Winter Storm is hot on the previous storm's heals.
An all-out blizzard will slam the New York City area and New England Monday night through Tuesday, bringing many communities to a standstill.
Motorists should steer clear of these four myths to stay safe during the worst winter weather.
In an effort to improve air quality across Utah during the winter season, the Utah Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) has proposed a seasonal wood burn ban, much to the chagrin of many locals.
An unsettled pattern for Europe looks to culminate in the form of a large storm system late-week.
Pottsville, PA (1843)
Destructive tornado hit factory; many killed.
Cincinnati, OH (1937)
Ohio River was an amazing eighty feet above flood stage.
Reading, PA (1950)
High 77 degrees -- January maximum. Because of an abnormally warm fall and an incredibly warm January, there was swimming in the Schuylkill and Tulpehocken on this "June in January" day.