A storm will unload feet of snow, create blizzard conditions and shut down travel over the mountains of Arizona, New Mexico and Southern California from Wednesday night to Friday.
Multi-car pileups can go from bad to worse in a matter of seconds. Driver error is the most common cause, and with these safety tips, pile-ups can be avoided.
A major winter storm will continue to bring snow, rain and an icy mix to much of the Northeast and the Upper Midwest through Wednesday night.
The same storm set to bring feet of snow to parts of Arizona and significant snow to the rest of the Southwest late this week will swing onto the Plains and evolve into a blizzard over part of the north-central United States this weekend.
Yosemite is one of the most beautiful and well-known national parks in the United States, and visitors in mid-February may be treated to a spectacle not seen during any other time of the year.
As the Philadelphia Flyers and Pittsburgh Penguins play outdoors Saturday night, rain could move through and impact play.
After battering parts of Vanuatu and New Caledonia with heavy rainfall and damaging winds, Tropical Cyclone Oma will now take a turn toward Australia.
Through this weekend, the risk of flooding rainfall will extend from the lower Mississippi Valley to the Tennessee and Ohio valleys as well as the southern Appalachians.
As winter gets in to full swing, salt will be used across the country to make roads safe for drivers. How does it impact the environment?
Precipitation can take a variety of forms with each one posing its own hazards.