It was about as big of a rain event as we get during the cold season.
These residents of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, don’t just endure winter, they embrace it.
There's a peppering of precipitation today and we’re watching for some hefty gusts, too.
Conditions remain rough through the evening commute.
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Abundant rain and mountain snow have spurred a "super bloom apocalypse."
A winter storm warning is in effect, calling for as much as six inches.
The disastrous flood season is predicted to expand and grow more severe.
The nor’easter will round out the workweek, yielding a forecast that is wet for some and white for others.
One to two inches of rain could fall today, and a flood watch is in effect.
The morning commute is likely to be uglier than normal.
The temperatures might not sound impressive — high 70s? Pleasantly warm, not sweltering — but for this Pacific Northwest city, it’s unprecedented.
A widespread one to two inches of rain is possible locally.
The Earth's shape and bending of light by the atmosphere explain the departure from expectation.
It spans the sky like a mega-size wad of chewing gum stretched taut. It glows from within, pulses gently and sometimes releases tentacles of dripping, green ectoplasm.
The vernal equinox arrives Wednesday at 5:58 p.m. Eastern. This year, there's even a full moon on the first day of spring.
Spring officially arrives this evening, but Mother Nature isn’t ready to bust out quite yet.
Satellite images show the extent of flooding in the midwest
Conditions remain rather tranquil through the day tomorrow. A coastal storm takes shape after that.
It's the first time in two decades that a full moon and spring's arrival have been so close together.
“Historic” flooding in the Midwest has killed at least four people, leveled bridges and submerged huge swaths of the region with bone-chilling floodwater.