Snow will continue to impact parts of the Upper Midwest becoming heavy at times through Wednesday night.
Heavy snow will continue late Wednesday into Wednesday night over much of Minnesota, northern Wisconsin and far northwestern Michigan. Roads will be slippery with major travel delays expected.
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Snow continues to fall in parts of the Upper Midwest after some cities set new record lows this morning.
A cold front accompanied by heavy rain combined with melting snow caused flooding across parts of Vermont.
Rapid snowmelt and recent heavy rain combined to cause serious flooding problems in northern New England. Meanwhile, strong winds brought down huge trees in southeastern Pennsylvania.
Weather may be the cause of your failed calls and not your service provider.
A storm cutting through the north-central U.S. will spread nuisance snow across Minnesota, which could impact the Twins' game on Wednesday night.
High winds in Abington Township were strong enough to take down large trees and leave hundreds without power.
Skygazers caught a glimpse of the Blood Moon very early Tuesday from Los Angeles to Miami.