It's been a while since we had a good derecho in the mid-Atlantic, but this evening will be close.
A Facebook reader from Europe asked where he could move in the United States to experience both extreme snow and severe thunderstorms.
A two-day severe weather outbreak is coming, starting on Friday the 13th. Has that happened before?
Over 1,000 snow and cold records have been set over the last 30 days in the winter that won't end.
There were three nor'easters already this month; here's how they compare.
25 years ago this week, the "Blizzard of 1993" wreaked havoc from Florida to Maine and I was in North Carolina to experience it.
The March Nor'easter dropped 39 inches of snow and had 100 mph winds.
The first big Nor'easter since early January is threatening widespread power outages, heavy snow and coastal damage.
Two webcams in California and Montana show massive differences in snow compared to last winter.
Believe it or not, heavy snow is unusual in Punxsutawney on Groundhog Day.