Temperatures get knocked back toward where they should be in late February.
The same extreme jet stream pattern is shuttling Saharan dust to Scandinavia.
The company's main goal is to make its own weather forecasts more reliable.
It was some of the most severe cold in decades, with record-setting duration in some areas.
Unsettled weather is possible late Friday and this weekend.
It was the warmest day of the year so far, with temperatures near 60 locally. We do it again Wednesday.
Some places have seen swings of over 100 degrees this month.
Snow and sleet fell on nine different days in the past three weeks, but only five inches of accumulation occurred.
Scientists are hoping to unravel the secrets behind the general circulation of Mars's winds.
A change in the weather pattern arrives during the next few days, with the warmest conditions seen in weeks, and more sunshine.
A refreeze causes some minor issues tonight, but a temperature of 50 or higher seems a good bet tomorrow, as does some strong wind.
The event provides a glimpse of a "hellscape" future if we don’t build resilience.
After an icy mix of precipitation Monday morning, temperatures could soar to 50 Tuesday and 60 Wednesday.
The mark topped the city’s highest previous winter temperature by 10 degrees.
History of cold snaps shows Texas should have anticipated and planned for last week’s disaster.
Precipitation should change to just plain rain in most spots by midday.
A coating of snow and sleet is possible. The risk is highest northwest of Interstate 95.
We’ll start out in the depths of winter this morning, but get a taste of spring by midweek.
Downtown D.C. may drop below 23 degrees for the first time in over two years.
Snow can form in unexpected ways.
Many spots don't get above freezing today. Tonight, most everyone is in the teens.
The death toll continues to climb following the historic Arctic outbreak. Biden has approved emergency declarations for Texas, Oklahoma and Louisiana. Follow along for live updates.
Most trails are open and there is fresh snow.
Operators of Texas’s electrical grid, as well as state leaders and officials in surrounding states, had ample warning.
Wind chills are in the teens tonight and much of tomorrow. Actual temperatures fall Saturday night.