Rain fell on Greenland's summit instead of snow for the first time on record in August. A study says that may be the norm in just four or five decades.
Now that your bellies are full and the leftovers are nearly gone, it's time to warm up the car for that long ride home.
Planning your Thanksgiving travel — or your post-turkey hike? Midwest Chief Meteorologist Matt Holiner shares what to expect from the holiday weekend weather.
"Combined with winds gusting to around 35 mph, this will result in brief, sharply reduced visibility where the snow showers occur," a Hazardous Weather Outlook says.
AccuWeather has confirmed six states are short 100 or more drivers to clear interstates and highways. Find out if that means where you live.
A story of snow and ice.
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A woman in Colorado had a close-up experience with a mountain lion as it appeared in the window of her Boulder home.
Conditions could result in patchy, slick spots on roads — especially on bridges and overpasses. Some slush may accumulate on grassy surfaces, NWS said.
Tyler DeWitt and Evan Hannibal were slowly making their way down a windswept slope during a backcountry snowboarding excursion on the Continen…
A female bald eagle keep her eggs warm in a snow-covered nest in West Virginia. Video credit: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service / Outdoor Channel
LAKE COUNTY — A sudden flurry of wintry precipitation Monday caused travel conditions in Northwest Indiana and surrounding areas to deteriorate.
Photographer Nathan Myhrvold created stunning, never-seen-before high-resolution photos of snowflakes. Here’s how he did it.
Conservation officials said Hoosiers should always avoid driving through floodwaters and instead seek alternate paths to their destinations.
Manager Paige McNulty thinks the successful return to classroom learning may encourage another 10% to 20% of Gary parents to send their children back when the option is presented again in a couple weeks.
While the recent heavy snowfalls are over for now, they are posing a new threat to roofs across the Region as rising temperatures result in a troubling cycle of melting and refreezing, officials say.
Visitors to the world's largest snow maze in Manitoba, Canada will find something unexpected as they're getting lost - more space.