A massive and historic winter storm affecting much of the United States has left at least 37 people dead from December 21 to 24, 2022, and more than 1.1 million customers without power.
A major winter storm will form on the Arctic front affecting Canada and United States this week and bring extremely dangerous blizzard conditions to the Plains, Upper Midwest, and Great Lakes, U.S./Canada.
Heavy snow and blizzards affecting Iceland over the past couple of days are causing major flight disruptions and affecting movement to and from the Keflavik International Airport, leaving thousands of travelers stranded.
Heavy sea effect snow continues affecting parts of Japan, bringing unprecedented amounts to parts of the country.
The powerful and massive multi-day storm continues across the Northern U.S. and in Florida on Thursday, December 15, 2022. Heavy snow, gusty winds and blizzard conditions continue across the Upper Midwest, while frozen precipitation of ice and snow begins in the central Appalachians and interior portions of the Northeast.
There is increasing confidence that a significant winter storm will affect parts of the Northern Plains later this week. While uncertainty into the exact track and strength of this system remains, it is likely that some areas will receive heavy snow, sleet, and freezing rain.
The remote Northern Canada region of Nunavut was hit with a major winter storm on October 28, 2022, marking its first blizzard of the season.
A powerful winter storm stranded more than 300 vehicles in the Andes mountains near the Argentina-Chile border on July 9, 2022. The Los Libertadores border crossing was later shut down by authorities.
A major spring blizzard is forecast to hit southern Prairies and parts of Ontario, Canada this week, with widespread snowfall accumulations of 30 – 50 cm (12 – 20 inches) accompanied by northerly winds gusting 70 – 90 km/h (45 – 55 mph) giving zero visibility at times in snow and blowing snow.
Parts of Iceland were placed on Red Alert on Monday, February 7, 2022, due to a violent bomb cyclone affecting the country today. Wind gusts could reach up to 200 km/h (124 mph). A Red Alert for weather was issued for South Iceland and Faxafloi – Southwest…