The first month of the Major League Baseball season will likely be remembered for the many games that didn’t happen as opposed to the ones that did.
While lovers of springtime are often appalled by a snowy forecast after March 21, many major U.S. cities have received measurable snowfall well into April and even May.
A storm will bring snow and a wintry mix to the interior northeastern United States into Thursday night, but is this winter's last hurrah for the season?
With a massive, late-season snowstorm fresh in the memory of Midwesterners, another storm will spread locally heavy snow across part of the central United States at midweek.
Frequent bursts of chilly air will be accompanied by snow in some locations and limit mild days this in the northeastern United States this week.
The northeastern United States will be faced with a wide variety of adverse weather ranging from a rare April ice storm to strong winds and flooding downpours into Monday.
Although the worst of the blizzard is winding down in the north-central U.S., several inches of additional snowfall is still expected across northeastern Wisconsin and much of Michigan on Monday.
Another burst of chilly air will surge back into much of the East early this week. But how long will the chill last?