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While cold, snow and ice come with a slew of travel issues, many may be grateful for incoming snow throughout the Rockies late this week.
Snow swept across the southeastern United States on Tuesday and Wednesday, chilling the region and causing widespread road closures and flight delays from southern Texas through North Carolina.
The terms weather and climate are used together so much in the media that they may sometimes get confused. However, the terms are not the same.
Following another deep freeze over much of the central and eastern United States at midweek, a second major January thaw will follow late this week into early next week.
Windburn is the term that describes the red irritation of your skin after being outside in the cold, windy weather. It is very common after doing an outdoor activity like skiing or hiking.
A storm will continue to spread snow from the Carolinas and Virginia to New England throughout the day on Wednesday.
The Pacific Northwest will barely have time to dry out from Tuesday's rain before the next round of cool, wet weather blows through the region.
The number of fatalities from the mudslides and flooding in Southern California continues to climb. There are a number of reasons for why people did not heed evacuation warnings.
While the weather pattern does not favor widespread heavy rain in the short term, the chance of rainfall does exist for Southern California during the fourth week of January.
If your child is younger than 2 years old, he or she could be vulnerable to a potentially deadly virus disguised as the common cold.