Video taken on Friday shows how the bitter cold temps this winter have turned much of the iconic tourist attraction into an ice covered wonderland.
Our network of stations around the country turned on their cameras to capture frozen fun and fabulous images throughout the United States.
The bitter cold that has gripped the eastern U.S. is showing no sign of letting up before the weekend as low temperatures broke records Friday.
Three different places will be available at various times over the next several days for anyone who needs to get in from the cold.
Most areas shouldn’t expect relief anytime soon — the National Weather Service warned that even colder weather could come later in the week as another cold front drops from Canada.
Lydia the cow was in a roadside paddock when a farmer realized it was just about to give birth. The paddock was the farthest pen from the barn and right in the middle of a snowstorm.
While dealing with the ice and freezing temperatures, what Middle Tennessee residents are actually encountering is a mysterious weather phenomenon called cryoseism.
This video was taken on I-69 in Steuben County on Wednesday afternoon after multiple crashes were reported due to whiteout conditions.
While the Northeast is buried under snow, the opposite corner of the country has been hosting the opposite of the winter weather spectrum.
VisitIthaca.com’s home page displays Sunshine State vacation photos and provides links to the website for tourism information about the Florida Keys and Key West.
Officials urged people to stay off the roads in several states, but wrecks were reported along slick streets.
Frigid cold nipped at New England after the region’s fourth winter storm in a month blew through, piling another foot of snow on top of 6-foot-high mounds in Boston, and forecasters said another winter blast might hit midweek.