Some places see three feet of snow in an entire winter. And then there’s Flagstaff, which saw that much snow Wednesday in just 24 hours.
Much of the Mid-Atlantic is running above normal for snow. That's not the case up Interstate 95 toward Boston.
The vigorous storm that dropped snow in Los Angeles and Las Vegas is headed for the Upper Midwest.
Clouds rule and rain may eventually be enough to cause a few flooding concerns.
The white stuff was reported in West Hollywood, Pasadena, and Thousand Oaks on Thursday.
Cloudier skies are a good bet. Having anything fall from them is less certain.
Aboyne, Scotland, which is farther north than Kodiak Island, Alaska, reached 65 degrees Thursday afternoon.
Wednesday's storm had it all. There are reasons for that.
The flakes were flying on the Vegas Strip Thursday morning.
The sun gradually reappears, and some melting is on the agenda today.
Some iciness may continue into early morning, especially north and west.
The lingering frozen precipitation on top of the several inches of snow may lead to delays.
A parade of storms keeps moving through the already waterlogged region.
Travel likely to be ‘very difficult’ Wednesday morning
We see a very high likelihood of the major school systems closing, with the possible exception of those in Southern Maryland.
A Virgin Atlantic flight from Los Angeles to London peaked at a whopping 801 mph Monday evening 35,000 feet over Pennsylvania.
Sunny and dry today ahead of the winter storm.
Snow moves in late tomorrow night, quickly piling up by daybreak on Wednesday.
Two to five inches of snow are predicted in the immediate area, followed by sleet and freezing rain.
Wednesday to bring nasty combination of snow, ice and rain. Winter storm watch issued.
Isolated icy spots will develop north and west of Washington before a late switch to rain across the area.