The Farmer's Almanac's annual winter forecast is hinting at a particularly harsh winter across much of the North with "real shivers".
It’s the one frozen precipitation that can occur in the middle of a summer heat wave: Hail. Here’s a list of seven facts you may not know about those little (or maybe not so little) pellets of ice:
After snow blankets parts of the Plains, Midwest and South, heavy snow and high winds will blast the East Coast on Saturday.
As March temperatures start to rise, ice on lakes and ponds becomes riskier for outdoor activities such as ice fishing and going on snowmobiles.
Nearly 15 million Americans are under a Winter Storm Warning on Friday, which is set to bring snow, sleet and freezing rain to the Northeast.
Hello gang, for the rest of Thursday night - periods of light snow developing with 2 to 3 inches overnight and a low near 20.
The River Raisin is currently at 10ft and will take several days to drop below flood level.
The pilot had been advised that the runway was slippery, but chose to proceed with the landing, said Jason Watts, director of the Detroit City Airport.
A snapshot of Southeast Michigan shows Rochester on the high end, with five inches of snow so far. Other cities include Farmington (four), Howell (3.4), Garden City (three) and Monroe (2.5).
The Weather Beast SUV is equipped to handle the condition and is its own mobile weather station, which is where Derek Kevra and photog Matt Phillips gave us a first-hand look at the state of the roads.
All the rain that fell Thursday morning is indicative of another hazard that could be a problem for Southeast Michigan once the snow falls: the weight.
Steve Maguire left the sunroof on the family van open on a sunny Saturday afternoon but come Sunday, he would probably regret that decision after heavy snow fell all day on Sunday and into Monday morning.
Up to 8 inches of snow is expected for Metro Detroit this week and it's possible we'll see some school cancelations on Friday, Feb. 18.
A winter storm warning has been issued starting Thursday afternoon as rain, sleet, and then snow is about to push into Metro Detroit.
Nearly two years into the pandemic, the simple answer as to whether the COVID-19 pandemic nixed snow days depends on where you live.
The program puts Dearborn high school students to work in the day following a big snow storm. Here's how to sign up.
Wednesday, we'll get into the upper 40s but it's going to be followed by rain, sleet, and eventually snow. But how much snow we'll see this week is still a bit up in the air.
Whiteout conditions brought on by bursts of snow and wind created dangerous road conditions this afternoon in Metro Detroit.
Michigan State Police investigators are on the scene looking into the crash.
The unofficial motto of the USPS is clear: Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays these couriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds. While some of us worked from home or had a snow day, they bundled up and showed up to get you your mail.