It's not just your imagination -- January mornings are really dark, even though our days are getting longer.
The solstice indicates the first day of astronomical winter and steadily lengthening daylight.
Here we are in mid-December -- the sun is shining, the birds are singing and... the cherry blossoms are still blooming.
Bob Sykes was dubbed "the grandfather of lake effect snow," and was knighted by the King of Denmark.
Hill predicts just 8-12 inches for the winter.
He's calling for a whopping 28 inches in D.C.
The FOX5 team is predicting just 8-14 inches of snow for the winter.
The average reader prediction was for around 20 inches.
A guide to El Nino and the Arctic and Eastern Pacific Oscillations.
Major bragging rights are on the line.