Weather Articles

Winter Storm Diego Tracking Through the Southeast With Snow and Damaging Ice

By weather.com meteorologists
December 9, 2018

Diego's mess of wintry weather is spreading through the Southeast.

What to Watch in the Upcoming Week After Winter Storm Diego

By Linda Lam
December 9, 2018

Another low-pressure system will track across the U.S. this week as an active pattern persists in the Northwest.

Falling Tree Kills One Person as Winter Storm Diego Leaves More than 385,000 Without Power

By Ron Brackett
December 9, 2018

Here's a complete rundown of Winter Storm Diego's preparations and impacts.

Winter Storm Diego Leaves More than 200,000 Without Power Across Southeast

By Ron Brackett
December 9, 2018

Here's a complete rundown of Winter Storm Diego's preparations and impacts.

Soaking Rain May Trigger Flooding Across the South This Weekend

By weather.com meteorologists
December 8, 2018

Rain, not severe weather, may have the biggest impact in the Deep South.

Heavy Rain From Warm Side of Diego Leads to Deadly Crash, Water Rescues in Texas

By Pam Wright
December 8, 2018

Flooding prompted high water rescues near Houston Friday night. Many roadways and highways in eastern Texas were impassable.

Four Things To Know About Winter Storm Diego

By Linda Lam
December 8, 2018

A potent winter storm will bring wide-ranging impacts - here's what you need to know.

North America Just Had Its Most Extensive November Snow Cover in at Least a Half-Century

By Jonathan Erdman
December 7, 2018

It's not your imagination – snow was notably widespread in November 2018.

Why the Deck Is Stacked Against the South During a Winter Storm

By Pam Wright
December 7, 2018

Southern states just aren't as well-equipped to handle the snow and ice as their northern neighbors.

How Unusual Is Snow and Ice in the South? More Typical Than You Think

By Jon Erdman
December 7, 2018

Keep in mind that your winter escape to the South may not be an escape from snow and ice.

Southern California Rain Kills 1; Evacuations Ordered at Burn Areas

By Pam Wright
December 7, 2018

The heavy rain has also forced the closure of several roadways in the region.

Tired of the Cold? There is Relief on the Way Next Week

By Brian Donegan
December 7, 2018

Here's some good news for the cold-fatigued central and eastern United States.

How Winter Storms Can Be Destructive: The 10 Most Expensive Storms Since 1980

By Chris Dolce
December 7, 2018

Heavy snow, ice, strong winds and coastal flooding from winter storms can cause billions in damage.

One of California’s Most Important Assets is Off to Great Start This Year

By Jonathan Belles
December 5, 2018

The snowpack of the Sierra Nevada is off to a great start so far.

10 Things the National Weather Service Wants You to Know about Winter Weather Forecasts

By Sean Breslin
December 5, 2018

Here's what you should know as winter weather season gets underway.

15 Winter Weather Life Hacks

By Sean Breslin
December 5, 2018

Here are 15 life hacks for your winter that will make life easier.

Winter Weather 101: What You Need To Know To Be Prepared For Snow, Ice and More

By Linda Lam
December 5, 2018

Winter weather can be complicated and dangerous - here is what you need to understand.

Indiana, Kansas, Ohio, Nebraska and Minnesota Industrial Plants Produce Snow

By Chris Dolce
December 5, 2018

Cold air was a contributing factor to this localized snowfall.

Major Storm to Spread Heavy Snow, Ice From Southern Plains to the Appalachians Late-Week Into This Weekend

By Brian Donegan
December 5, 2018

This long-track wintry system will have major impacts across a widespread area starting late this week.

U.S. Had Its 10th Tornado Death of 2018 Last Weekend, But This Year is Still on Pace to Finish With the Fewest Tornado Deaths Since 1875

By Brian Donegan
December 4, 2018

In an average year, 69 people are killed by tornadoes in the U.S.

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