New England ski resorts are rejoicing following the onslaught of storms that continue to bring fresh powder to the slopes.
"A half-pound icicle, 3 inches in diameter, falling at terminal velocity exerts a 1,000-pound force on whatever it hits," AccuWeather.com Forensic Meteorologist Steve Wistar said.
A storm that produced a swath of snow and ice early in the week over the South will turn northward enough to graze eastern New England with accumulating snow into Wednesday.
Different blends of gas are sold depending on the time of year, and these blends have varied costs, influencing how much consumers pay at the pump.
Winter weather will shift across eastern portions of the Northeast through Sunday morning, spreading snow ice and rain across the region.
Additional rounds of frigid air will continue to drill the Eastern United States into the end of February, riding on the heels of bursts of record-breaking low temperatures.
As fresh brutal cold replaces the snowstorm that started the weekend, the Northeast and mid-Atlantic face a freeze-up threat Sunday night.
A storm that originated over the southern Plains will spread a swath of disruptive snow, ice and rain from the Midwest to the East this weekend.
Major League Baseball's spring training starts this week, with teams such as the Pittsburgh Pirates and the San Francisco Giants kicking things off on Thursday, Feb. 19.
Frigid weather has blasted the Midwest and Northeast over the past few weeks, transforming the Great Lakes into a scene reminiscent of the Arctic.
Belouve, Reunion (1964)
52.76" of rain in 12 hours (world record) (Feb. 28-29).
Nome, Alaska (1995)
Seasonal snow record of 108 inches set. The old record was 107.5 inches set during the 1931-1932 cold season.
Buffalo, NY (1998)
Recorded it's warmest February on record with and average temperature of 34.1(F) which was 9.5(F) above normal. This broke the old record og 33.8(F) in 1984.