Heavy snow and a wintry mix disrupted travel and plans across the Midwest and Northeast over the weekend.
The snowstorm spanned from St. Louis and Chicago to Detroit, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, New York City and Boston, leading to delayed and canceled flights and traffic accidents.
The storm closed out the weekend impacting northern New England and Atlantic Canada. As many as 18 inches fell in some locations.
Lucy the basset hound enjoys the snow in Connecticut. (Video/Samantha)
Jacqueline wasted no time to get out in the early stages of the Connecticut snowfall for some sledding.
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Hurricane Maria will come close enough to North Carolina to trigger gusty winds and rain, while unleashing dangerous seas elsewhere along the East Coast this week.
Hurricane Maria has now prompted visitor evacuations for Ocracoke and Hatteras Island, North Carolina, as it continues to stir in the Atlantic off the coast of the United States.
After a magnitude 7.1 earthquake shook Mexico and left 324 dead last week, another earthquake struck on Saturday and caused buildings to sway in Mexico City.
Following a dry and milder weekend, the threat for showers returns to Munich this week as Oktoberfest continues.
Some of the cooler and less humid air en route to the Midwest and Northeast will reach part of the southern United States later this week.
Emergency officials in Puerto Rico continue to monitor the damaged Guajataca Dam located in the northwestern part of the island.
Maine's lobster industry is thriving and hopeful, although potential environmental changes are pushing regulators to explore adaptation strategies.
Thousands of people have been evacuated from their homes on the Indonesian island of Bali due to fears of Mount Agung potentially erupting.