Following a pair of snowstorms set to deliver a one-two punch to the midwestern and northeastern United States into this weekend, the coldest air so far this winter season has its sights set on the eastern half of the nation.
As the remainder of January is shaping up to be quite stormy in the northeastern United States, one weak winter storm may hinder travel spanning later Thursday to Friday, while a stronger winter storm may shut down travel this weekend.
Following the second of two winter storms, snow and ice and blizzard conditions into Saturday night, it will look and feel like the dead of winter across much of the Plains and Midwest by Sunday.
Controlled avalanches are being carried out in Field, British Columbia, Canada, to help protect those in the area. Leslie Lukan, the person who captured this video, says this avalanche led to a 90 minute delay on the highway.
Sunday is shaping up to be brutally cold in Kansas City as fans fill Arrowhead Stadium to watch the AFC championship game.
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 from Wednesday into Thursday.
Thailand has deployed planes that can literally make it rain to help fight air pollution. The planes release several chemicals into clouds, as well as ice, to produce the rain.
Bacterial meningitis is a serious illness that could kill an infected person in a matter of days if not treated promptly.
Crews in Austria are still working to clear several feet of snow that has fallen in January.
Frigid winter weather may prompt you to fire up that warm, cozy fireplace. However, a wood-burning fire in your fireplace can cause a number of health problems.
When winds howl with icy fury this winter, the AccuWeather RealFeel® Temperature can help you determine how cold it really feels outside.