While Arctic air will leave quickly enough to allow a dramatic rise in temperature later this week, a storm will bring locally heavy rain with ice at the onset in some locations and a change back to snow in other areas of the northeastern United States spanning Wednesday to Thursday.
Snow and ice will sweep through the midwestern United States into Tuesday night ahead of the next blast of Arctic air poised to arrive late this week.
The breathtaking moment an avalanche broke loose and dragged a snowboarder hundreds of feet down a hill was caught on camera. Snowpark owners Felix Ehmann and Mario Grinschgl were snowboarding off-piste in Sankt Gertraud, Karnten, Austria, and filming some of their favorite tricks when Mario fell on his bottom after a brave jump.
Following a quick blast of Arctic air, a slow-moving storm will drench the southern United States and raise the risk of localized flooding spanning Tuesday to Thursday of this week.
As a winter storm slammed the Northeast on January 20, a drone captured footage heavy snow blanketing St. Albans, Vermont.
A plane carrying newly signed Premier League footballer Emiliano Sala went missing over the English Channel near Guernsey on Monday night.
At least two people died after a 6.7 magnitude earthquake rattled Chile on January 19. A tsunami warning was issued following the quake, which triggered panic among residents. The warning was canceled not long after being issued.
As a potent storm slides across the interior West, gusty winds will create difficult travel for some motorists across Southern California and the southwestern United States in general into the middle of this week.
A return of intense heat is expected later this week at the 2019 Australian Open.
Winter's frigid air can bring with it possible plumbing problems, including frozen pipes.