Additional accumulations across northeast Indiana and northwest Ohio will be light.
Check to see which schools are affected by the weather.
Sen. Bill Nelson has called for the National Transportation Safety Board to investigate the voyage that forced frightened passengers into their cabins overnight Sunday as their belongings flew about, waves rose as high as 30 feet, and winds howled outside.
Schaefer’s Indiana Turf saw a strong start to the season with snowblower sales, but once winter hit it was missing the key ingredient – snow.
Snow from the storm bearing down on New England could last into Tuesday, when New Hampshire’s first-in-the nation presidential primary is held.
Heavy rain prompted an apartment evacuation in northwest Georgia one day after storms spawned tornadoes in Mississippi and Alabama and dumped snow on places farther west.
The furry rodent has failed to see his shadow, meaning means he’s “predicted” an early spring.
Last weekend, high temperatures were in the 50s, and it looks like Tuesday will be just as warm!
Wind gusts Sunday topped 50 mph in the San Diego area and 65 mph in Malibu, according to the National Weather Service.
The deaths resulted from car accidents, carbon monoxide poisoning and heart attacks while shoveling snow.
East Coast residents clobbered by the weekend blizzard trudged into the workweek Monday amid slippery roads, spotty transit service and mounds of snow that buried cars and blocked sidewalks after some cities got an entire winter’s snow in two days.
The storm dropped snow from the Gulf Coast to New England, with areas of Washington surpassing 30 inches.
The system was mammoth with the heaviest snowfall unofficially measuring 40 inches.
Animals seem to know something about enjoying this winter wonderland. We’ve compiled a few smiles for you.
Kentucky officials set up shelters for stranded motorists at churches and public schools along I-75, one of the busiest interstates in the nation.
An AP science writer tackles these questions and more as the East Coast faces a massive snowstorm promising more than a foot of snow.
In the Washington, D.C., metro area, nearly two feet of snow was measured on the ground Saturday morning.
One in seven Americans will get at least half a foot of snow outside their homes when this weekend’s big storm has finished delivering blizzards, gale-force winds, whiteout conditions and flooding.
Washington, D.C. braces for one of its biggest snowstorms in history.
The National Weather Service has indicated more than a foot of snow could fall in portions of the eastern U.S. this weekend, making travel limited or impossible in some areas.