Enough cold air will linger for the possibility of a little morning ice, especially west and southwest of I-95.
A potent storm is set to complicate travel across the eastern third of the nation heading into Christmas. The good news is we're looking at mainly rain and wind rather than snow or ice.
The 2014 winter solstice occurs today at 6:03 p.m. Eastern Time.
Shower chances move in Monday and end with a bang on Christmas Eve, with #Santabomb sending us our lump of coal -- a wind-driven soaking -- a day early.
A storm is expected to rapidly develop as it approaches the Great Lakes on Christmas Eve, and its impacts linger across the northeast through Christmas Day.
It's a little chilly out there today, and perhaps cloudy at times as well. Sunday might be the pick of the weekend.
A rather unremarkable weekend weatherwise awaits us and that's a good thing for trips to the mall or out of town.
USA TODAY’s once-iconic full page of weather died December 18, 2014 at age 32 years, 3 months.
Some of the cars end up colliding on the freeway with a cringe-worthy crunch.
Robert Simpson, a giant in the field of meteorology, died peacefully in his sleep last night at the age of 102.