Following a storm that brought snow Thursday night, another snowstorm will threaten travelers across the Upper Midwest through Saturday night.
Both short-term and long-term flooding will continue over a large part of the central United States as more rain falls and runoff continues through next week.
While strong winds and cold dominated weather headlines at PyeongChang, South Korea, during this Winter Olympics, snow is expected during the final day of competition.
The "Beast from the East" will not only bring unusual late-February cold to the United Kingdom next week, but also several opportunities for disruptive snow.
Some of the same communities being threatened by severe weather this weekend may face more violent thunderstorms and flooding as February comes to a close.
A storm sweeping through the northeastern United States will bring snow and ice to parts of New England as heavy rain elevates the risk of flooding farther south.
As the start of the Major League Baseball regular season approaches, teams have headed to Florida and Arizona for spring training.
Archaeologists with the Whydah Pirate Museum in Yarmouth, Massachusetts, announced the discovery of 300 year-old human remains Monday that may belong to one of the most prominent men from the Golden Age of Piracy, "Black Sam" Bellamy.
The women of cross-country skiing will compete for medals in the 30 km event on Sunday afternoon.
Heavy rain left communities in the central U.S. under water, while Mt. Sinabung erupted and spewed ash more than 100 miles away.