Residents along the east coast began recovery efforts Sunday as a record-setting winter storm moved to out sea. Snow accumulations topped three feet in some areas, while the death toll attributable to the storm rose to 19.
By Michael D. Regan
While Washington D.C. residents hunkered down on Saturday as Winter Storm Jonas battered a large swath of the Eastern Seaboard, the Smithsonian National Zoo's giant panda Tian Tian basked in snowy bliss.
By Andrew Mach
The “Knickerbocker Blizzard” of 1922 dumped 28 inches of snow on Washington, D.C. The storm was named after the flat roof of the Knickerbocker Theatre collapsed and killed 98 people.
By Vanessa Dennis
Widespread flooding in the South and Midwest has killed at least 20 people, while the winter storm continues to swell waterways along the Mississippi River to heights nearing the records of the disastrous flood of 1993.
By Joshua Barajas
No, these designs aren’t the latest in 3D printing technology; they are photographs of snowflakes taken by self-taught Moscow photographer, Alexey Kljatov.
By Michelle Harven
Don’t say we didn’t warn you. The 2016 Old Farmer’s Almanac forecasts a harsh winter this year for most of the nation.
By Marina Lopes
Three inches of snowfall on Sunday capped what has been the worst winter in Boston’s history. The city was dumped with more than 108.6 inches of powder this season, an inch more than the previous record, according to the National…
By PBS NewsHour
In Boston, brutal winter weather shuttered schools, offices and businesses for days at a time. While some may have welcomed the snow days, some hourly workers faced the choice between giving up a day of wages or making the grueling,…
By PBS NewsHour
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