And if there’s another heavy snowfall, full service restoration will be delayed even further.
The storm – the third in about two weeks – has dropped more than 2 feet of snow in some areas of New England, disrupting travel yet again. The Boston area is expecting yet another storm on Thursday.
Welcome to 2015. There’s also a “Snowst.”
On the bright side, think of all the sunscreen you’re saving!
The snowstorms that paralyze cities across North America are expensive, but still nowhere near as costly as tropical cyclones, droughts, or heat waves.
A massive Arctic air mass moving south from Canada sent temperatures plummeting Thursday.
[Insert an end-of-the-world snow portmanteau here.]
Chicagoans too — but not people in Atlanta. Square has released some spending data from those cities.
Another winter storm marches through the East Coast and parts of the South.
A winter storm of “historical significance” leaves at least 20 dead, 800,000 without power, and travel paralyzed. The storm is dropping heavy snow and sleet on the Northeast and was expected leave up to 18 inches of snow in New York City.
The Weather Channel meteorologist was reporting from South Carolina’s College of Charleston on Tuesday when someone suddenly rushed into the live shot.
A storm The Weather Channel dubbed Janus dumped up to a foot of snow on Tuesday and is forecast to plunge many areas into a deep freeze.
Vera Bradley, TJX, and American Eagle will be impacted the most based on their store count in the Northeast and Midwest, Citigroup analysts say.
A massive winter storm is no match for these brave, possibly insane people who lined up outside in sub-zero temperatures for Cronuts in New York City this morning.
If you’re stuck indoors due to a massive snowstorm or just because it’s cold as heck, you should know that Netflix has added a bunch of wonderful films to its instant streaming selections. Here are some of the best to add to your queue for the post-holiday blues.
A large storm moved through the Southwest on Sunday, leading to hundreds of flight cancellations and at least eight deaths as it continued east.
New York and New Jersey just can’t catch a break. Still-recovering regions saw between three and thirteen inches of snow Wednesday.