The National Weather Service will subdivide several counties for the purpose of "long-duration" watches, warnings and advisories beginning December 3.
As another, hopefully less brutal winter season approaches, FEMA is encouraging you to make a plan ahead of impending winter storms.
Several locations from upstate New York to northern Maine set records lows this morning as an unusually early taste of cold weather clipped the region.
Up to 20 inches of snow has buried parts of northern Rockies in recent days, and many locations set record low temperatures this morning.
Nearly an inch of snow has fallen thus far at the weather station in East Rapid City, but higher amounts are accumulating across western South Dakota.
Calgary, located in Alberta, Canada, has seen more snow this week than it typically sees in the months of September and October combined.
Snow is in the forecast in Calgary today, and some Canadian prankster is none-too-pleased.
The same satire Web site that announced Betty White dyed (her hair) last week, now proclaims epic snows will bury the U.S. this winter.
While it's still too soon to say whether or not this winter will end up looking like the last, snow fanatics should rest assured that extreme snowfall events are here to stay, even in a warming world.
It's straight to parkas and boots in areas of the western high country and Alaska, coated by snow this week.