The National Weather Service confirmed 51 tornadoes across 11 states from Friday into early Saturday, from the Great Lakes spreading south of the Gulf Coast and as far east as Georgia and the Carolinas. Hari Sreenivasan reports on cleanup efforts…
By Jenny Marder
It's true: no two snowflakes are alike. But they come in more shapes than you might think. Check out some samples in this slideshow.
Ray Suarez gets an update from FEMA Administrator Craig Fugate on how residents, municipalities and transportation hubs are coping with the onslaught of bone-chilling temperatures and dangerous precipitation.
Snow and ice permeated the central U.S. from the top of Texas to the tip of Maine, leading to weather warnings and emergency mobilization of crews to deal with slick roads. Ray Suarez gets an update on how residents, municipalities…
In New York, crews worked to remove snow from last weekend's blizzard in time for the Times Square ball drop. Jeffrey Brown has more on New Year's celebrations - and weather hazards - around the world.
In other news Thursday, snow plows kept going in New York City, four days after last weekend's blizzard. Officials said snow crews have plowed every street at least once but some blocks were still impassable because of abandoned cars.
New York, the nation's biggest city, is still grappling with a weekend blizzard that shut down its main airports and dumped an estimated two feet of snow on streets, creating a maze of stranded vehicles and raising ire among some…
The snow has stopped falling but thousands of weary travelers are still stranded at airports on the East Coast, hoping for a coveted seat on the limited flights that have resumed. For those that couldn't find a seat, the prolonged…
For the fourth straight day, hundreds of thousands of air travelers were stuck around the world due to snow storms in Europe. Carl Dinnen of Independent Television News reports from London's Heathrow Airport.
By Larisa Epatko
An early onslaught of snowy weather in northern Europe has closed airports, railways and streets, stranding thousands of would-be travelers.
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