Buffalo hit by most devastating winter storm on record, New York

Buffalo hit by most devastating winter storm on record, New York

A massive Christmas winter storm buried parts of western New York with up to 109 cm (43 inches) of snow, leaving at least 27 people dead. Sadly, authorities said the death toll may rise because some people have been trapped in cars for more than two days. Nationwide, the death toll stands at 49, as of late December 26.

Major and anomalous storm system to produce widespread disruptive and potentially crippling impacts across the central and eastern U.S.

Major and anomalous storm system to produce widespread disruptive and potentially crippling impacts across the central and eastern U.S.

An Arctic front will continue widespread, dangerous cold, with areas of blinding snow squalls and flash freezing over the central and eastern U.S. through the rest of this week. A strong winter storm will form on this front and bring blizzard conditions to the Plains, Upper Midwest, and Great Lakes. The eastern U.S. will see heavy rain, high winds, and coastal flooding ahead of the cold blast.

Extremely cold Arctic air to impact much of U.S.

Extremely cold Arctic air to impact much of U.S.

A massive surge of extremely cold Arctic air will consume much of the Lower 48 this week with well below-normal temperatures stretching from the Northwest into the Eastern two-thirds of the U.S.

Powerful storm continues across Northern U.S., Ice Storm Warnings issued

Powerful storm continues across Northern U.S., Ice Storm Warnings issued

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.