One person died Friday in a massive pile-up on snowy Interstate 94.
Walking in a slush wonderland.
These soldiers are stone cold.
A massive Arctic air mass moving south from Canada sent temperatures plummeting Thursday.
Be prepared for a spiritual experience.
[Insert an end-of-the-world snow portmanteau here.]
Kids, don’t try this at home.
There’s no business like snow business.
Temperatures bounced back to almost 60 degrees by 8 a.m., though.
This is how normal people spend a normal birthday.
“I don’t even own pants.”
The best way to spread Christmas glee is to take this quiz for all to see.
Complete with a 20-person brass ensemble and 13-person choir!
Spoiler: It’s not a cold wasteland.
Alright, it’s wicked cold.
Walking in a winter wonderland.
If you’ve ever been skiing or snowboarding, this is your nightmare.
Do you want to build a snowman? Not if you’re going to do a horrible job of it.
The 9- and 11-year-old cousins were making a snow fort on Wednesday night when a plow pushed snow over them and trapped them for hours.
“Winters in LA are really bad… at night I have to wear sweatpants to bed.”
From Berlin to Budapest to Birmingham, these Christmas markets will put you in a festive mood.
The Bills made an offer to fans Wednesday after a record lake-effect snow event: come shovel the stadium for $10 an hour and get free tickets to the game.
Sure, for their human companions the snowfall has been horrible, but for these dogs its all about fun!
Buffalo and the surrounding region got pounded by lake-effect snow that led to the deaths of at least 13 people and stranded scores of others on roadways. The next challenge will be severe flooding.