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.
An all-out blizzard will slam the New York City area and New England Monday night through Tuesday, bringing many communities to a standstill.
Icy roadways across the Northeast led to fatal vehicle accidents and pileups early in the week.
While we experience weather events on a daily basis, sometimes certain phenomena can produce unusual results that leave us searching for answers.
The New England Patriots are the target of an NFL investigation involving allegedly under-inflated footballs used during Sunday's rainy AFC Championship game against the Indianapolis Colts.
An Alberta Clipper storm will spread a swath of accumulating snow and slippery travel through the Midwest on Sunday.
An Alberta Clipper storm moving in from the Midwest will bring snow to areas in the mid-Atlantic missed by a coastal storm on Saturday.
After bringing rain and snow to the mid-Atlantic Friday night, a winter storm will focus on eastern New England through Saturday afternoon.
A new storm may take a northward turn and rapidly strengthen Monday night into Tuesday, perhaps bringing blizzard conditions to part of New England and Long Island.
Last year, toxic algae blooms in Lake Erie caused a water crisis in the Toledo, Ohio, area, where residents were asked not to use the water for cooking, drinking or bathing.
Chicago, IL (1967)
Record 23 inches for a single storm (Jan. 26th-27th), including a record 19.8 inches in 24 hours. Some parts of So. Cook County received 27 inches. Wind gusts of over 60 mph combined with temperatures in the upper 20s; drifts of 4-8 feet common with some reaching a height of 12 feet.
Michigan, Indiana Ohio (1978)
Paralyzing Midwest blizzard: 100 killed, wind gusts to 100 mph, 25-foot drifts, many roofs collapsed.
Frigid cold last half of January with the lowest temperature of minus 76 at Tanana. The high at Ambler January 26 was minus 66.