As the Denver Broncos and Carolina Panthers clash for the Super Bowl 50 title in Santa Clara, California, on Sunday, they will do so in one of the most energy-efficient stadiums in the world.
A major winter storm brought blizzard conditions to part of the Plains and Midwest this week while severe storms brought damaging tornadoes to the South.
Blizzard conditions will continue into Wednesday afternoon across the Upper Midwest while thunderstorms capable of producing damaging winds and an isolated tornado will roll across the southeastern US.
A severe weather outbreak, including the threat for tornadoes, will erupt across the Mississippi Valley and Deep South into Tuesday night.
There have been 11 avalanche deaths across the United States this month, the largest number of fatalities in January since 1998.
The 2016 Presidential Election season officially gets underway on Monday evening, Feb. 1, with the Iowa caucuses, and advancing snow could affect voter turnout.
Snow and slippery travel over the central United States will evolve into dangerous blizzard conditions early this week, including on Groundhog Day.
Millions of Americans found themselves digging out several feet of snow this week following the Blizzard of 2016, which ranked as the fourth worst winter storm to slam the Northeast.
The weather may exacerbate medical conditions, including migraines and joint pain, doctors from the Mount Sinai Health System in New York said.
A potent storm is likely to fuel a significant severe weather outbreak over part of the southern Plains and Mississippi Valley early next week, including on Groundhog Day.
Warsaw, MO (1905)
-40 deg.; record low for state.
North Dakota (1936)
On this date the mercury plummeted to -60 deg. at Parshall, ND - the coldest temperature ever for the State of ND. Later the same year, the mercury soared to 121 degrees at Steele, ND - the hottest temperature ever for the state of ND.
Eastern US (1981)
All time high pressure reading were set: Asheville, NC 30.84 inches; Wilmington, DE 30.99 inches; Baltimore, MD 30.97 inches; Scranton, PA 30.96 inches; Louisville, KY 30.99 inches; Washington, D.C. 31.02 inches; Hartford, CT 31.03 inches; Allentown, PA 31.03 inches; Philadelphia, PA 3 inches.