There’s no respite from snow for the East and Midwest.A winter weather system churning from the Great Lakes toward the Atlantic coast threatened to dump as much as 10 inches on parts of Maine and several inches in the major cities of the Northeast — enough to confound commuters and frustrate fliers.
Parts of the Midwest and the Northeast can't catch a break from wintry weather — even though winter hasn't officially started — as a fast-moving low-pressure system moving in Monday from Canada brought more dangerously low temperatures and new snow on the tail of the weekend's major winter storm.
Parts of the Midwest and Northeast can’t catch a break from wintry weather, as a fast-moving, low pressure system began moving in from Canada on Monday, bringing with it more snow on the tail of the weekend’s major winter storm.
Commuters in the Northeast faced hazardous, icy roads early Monday as temperatures fell sharply in the aftermath of a major winter storm that dumped snow from the Midwest to New England over the weekend.Boston, Mass.
Snow, sleet and freezing rain posed a hazard for motorists in New England Sunday as a strong storm that moved from the Midwest to the Northeast pelted the region with heavy snow, hampering travel plans for weekend shoppers and potentially for Monday commuters.
Sleet, freezing rain and blizzards posed a hazard for motorists in New England Sunday as a strong storm that moved from the Midwest to the Northeast pelted the region with heavy snow, hampering travel plans for weekend shoppers and potentially for Monday commuters.
Nearly 800 firefighters and more than 50 fire engines battled a large late season wildfire that destroyed one structure and was threatening several others in Northern California on Saturday, according to the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection.
Saturday marked the end of one of the slowest Atlantic hurricane seasons in recent memory, with Mother Nature churning out the fewest number of hurricanes since 1982, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
A strong storm pelted the Midwest and Northeast with heavy snow on Saturday, with some areas already seeing a foot on the ground and forecasts predicting that up to 20 states and 70 million people will feel its polar conditions through the weekend.
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