The storm, which meteorologists are calling a "bomb cyclone," brought bitterly cold weather to the South.
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The Northeast, Southeast, and Mid-Atlantic were blanketed in the season's first snowfall this weekend — prompting some panic, and lots of Instagrammed awe.
People are taking stock of the damage after heavy rain, flooding and tornadoes swept through over the weekend. The American Red Cross is calling it the deadliest start to tornado season in nine years.
An all-time high temperature for February was recorded in Boston. After breaking a 111-year-old mark for this day, Buffalo, N.Y., also equaled its record high for the month.
The idea of plumes of moisture curling above our heads might seem beautiful, but new research shows atmospheric rivers to be among the most damaging of weather systems.
If you were outside in the Midwest around 1:30 Monday morning, you may have received quite a shock. The vivid meteor lit up the sky and set off sonic booms. Dramatic video captured the moment.
Apparent tornadoes killed at least 19 people in the South, nearly 4 inches of rain caused mudslides in California and a storm is dumping snow and rain from the Mid-Atlantic through the Northeast.
A major storm just left the region early Monday; another is due to sweep through starting Tuesday. Emergency crews have taken this chance to rescue people stranded by the first storm.
Four people were killed in southern Alabama when a tree fell on their mobile home. One man in the Florida Panhandle drowned.