The Farmer's Almanac's annual winter forecast is hinting at a particularly harsh winter across much of the North with "real shivers".
An unpleasant start to the weekend in the D.C. region as heavy rain and severe weather could bring the threat for flooding to the area. FOX 5’s Mike Thomas has the forecast.
Wow! Old Man Winter is not done with us yet!
Nine days. That's all that is left of winter. The spring equinox officially arrives next Sunday, and it seems that winter is determined not to go quietly.
A much more vigorous storm system could approach our region by the weekend though, causing some major impacts to travel for those in the Northeast corridor.
Nearly 15 million Americans are under a Winter Storm Warning on Friday, which is set to bring snow, sleet and freezing rain to the Northeast.
A winter storm was blamed for multiple crashes across Illinois, including a 100+ vehicle pileup on I-39 that closed the highway for hours.
Steve Maguire left the sunroof on the family van open on a sunny Saturday afternoon but come Sunday, he would probably regret that decision after heavy snow fell all day on Sunday and into Monday morning.
Let's start off with the good news shall we! 60° is a number the D.C. has only seen three times since the start of the new year.
Hundreds of vehicles have been stranded Friday because of icy conditions on a stretch of Interstate 10 west of San Antonio in Texas.
A 2,000-mile area of snow and ice continues to crawl east creating major impacts from Texas to New England on Friday.
A 2,000-mile area of snow and ice continued to crawl east on Thursday, creating major impacts from Texas to New England.
More than 70 million Americans are seeing impacts from the winter storm from the Mid-Atlantic to Maine. Before the storm moves away from the U.S. parts of New England could be measuring the snowfall in feet not inches.
Snow expected in the D.C. area and heavy accumulations and blizzard conditions are possible at the region’s beaches.
A powerful nor'easter will develop into a "bomb cyclone" off the East Coast this weekend, placing areas from New England to North Carolina at risk of heavy snow, high winds and coastal flooding beginning Friday evening.
All eyes are on a winter storm that is threatening to bring snow to the D.C. area and significant accumulations to parts of Maryland's Eastern Shore and other eastern coastal regions.
A video shows a woman taking a chance and walking across a frozen Lake Ontario in Canada over the weekend.
Heavy snowfall disrupted air traffic Monday in the Greek capital of Athens and neighboring Turkey’s largest city of Istanbul, while several Aegean islands and much of Turkey were blanketed by snow.
Average temperatures for this month are running about 2° below normal, with an average temperature of 35.5° in the D.C. area.
Man’s best friend became an even better one when he “helped” dig out from a winter storm in North Carolina Saturday.