Yet another winter storm will take aim at the Northeast and Midwest this week with widespread ice and flooding concerns.
Wintry weather and lower temperatures will dive into the Southeast later this week, creating widespread travel disruptions.
February 2015 has come to an end with numerous monthly records set across the United States.
The beginning of March marks the start of meteorological spring in the Northern Hemisphere, but this does not signal the end of winter weather in the United States.
A storm that brought an onslaught of snow and freezing rain to the Northeast over the weekend has left lingering hazards into Monday travel with icy roads and school cancellations.
A wildfire burning for over two weeks in Argentina is threatening 3,000-year-old trees in Los Alerces National Park.
Spokane, WA (2001)
Broke record for consecutive days with 1" or more of snow on the ground. The streak began November 9, 2000 and lasted 114 days. The old record was 113 days set in 1992-1993.
Mid-Atlantic Coast (1846)
Great Northeast storm and tide in Virginia. Record 5 feet above normal in Norfolk; $500 damage undetermined familial loss, 1,000 cattle drowned at Nott's Island, NC
North Carolina (1927)
Greatest modern snowstorm: 31" at Nashville, NC; 26" at Goldsboro and Edenton; 17.8" at Raleigh.