While a winter storm churns to their north, residents of Texas and the Mississippi Valley will face a severe weather threat on Friday and Saturday.
A mandatory evacuation was put out for areas of Malibu, California with incoming rain increasing the potential for mudslides.
Following a pair of snowstorms into this weekend, the coldest air so far this winter season has its sights set on the eastern half of the nation.
The second of two storms this week will be a blockbuster in terms of impact and dangerous conditions with a foot or more of snow forecast to fall from northern Pennsylvania to upstate New York and northern New England this weekend.
This weekend's total lunar eclipse will be the last one of the decade. It's also been given an odd nickname, the "Super Blood Wolf Moon." Why is it called that? Let's find out.
Following the second of two winter storms into Saturday night, it will look and feel like the dead of winter across much of the Plains and Midwest by Sunday.
The moon will turn red over the United States on Sunday night during the last total lunar eclipse of the decade.
Following one round of rain and mountain snow on Tuesday, an even larger storm system will further raise the risk of flooding, mudslides and avalanches through Thursday.
A fatberg forms like a snowball, as wet wipes, as well as fats, oil and grease congeal together in the sewer. When this mass gets large enough, the fatberg can clog sewers entirely.
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?
Jupiter and Venus will shine bright together before dawn on Tuesday in an astronomical event known as a conjunction.