A polar plunge of brutal cold is following this weekend’s blockbuster winter storm, which can threaten lives and complicate travel and cleanup efforts.
Snow plows are working overtime in Toledo, Ohio to keep the streets clear as a major winter storm hits with full force.
Despite rain starting the weekend across the Ohio Valley, plummeting temperatures will return snow, treacherous travel and frigid conditions through Saturday night.
Damage has been reported after a strong magnitude 6.7 earthquake struck near Coquimbo in central Chile, prompting a tsunami warning that was canceled a short time later, officials say.
A storm with feet of snow, blizzard conditions, a significant build-up of ice, tree-breaking winds and plunging temperatures threatens to close roads, cause flight cancellations and disrupt daily activities over a large part of the northeastern United States this weekend.
The moon will turn red over the United States on Sunday night during the last total lunar eclipse of the decade.
Sunday is shaping up to be brutally cold in Kansas City as fans fill Arrowhead Stadium to watch the AFC championship game.
Winter's frigid air can bring with it possible plumbing problems, including frozen pipes.
Cold, snow and rain can make or break a football game, but what about the fans who brave all kinds of weather to cheer on their favorite teams? AccuWeather takes a look inside the life of a NFL superfan.