AccuWeather announced the results of a national survey that details how winter weather conditions affect consumer behavior by the minute, from road travel to holiday preparations.
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With ravaging snow, pounding ice and frigid air a token of the season, there are some tips and tricks that may come in handy for when winter strikes with the heaviest punches.
As winter unfolds, spills on frozen sidewalks and slippery parking lots are commencing legal battles across the nation.
Parched California has received welcomed rainfall over the last several days that have brought back a tourist favorite to Yosemite National Park.
Rounds of rain will spread over the West this week bringing the risk of flooding as well as some relief from the drought.
A 20-by-30-foot sinkhole opened up in the Bay Area on Wednesday after heavy rain inundated the region.
A long train of storms over the Pacific Ocean is on an express route to northern California and the coastal Northwest and will deliver rounds of drenching rain into the middle of December.
In the field of meteorology, social media can have a profound effect.
Much of the nation will be mild most days through at least the first half of December.
Port Scott, KS (1954)
26" of snow, greatest 24 hour.
Gulf Coast (1982)
End of 4 days (25th-28th) of heavy rain (as much as 20" in some areas). Flooding from Beaumont, TX to Lake Charles, LA.
Erie, PA (1982)
70 degrees; 3rd time 70 degrees or higher this month, 5 record highs this month.