"I would say on your Christmas shopping list, put umbrellas down at the bottom."
A homeless man in Florida and a truck driver in North Carolina have died since the tropical storm began hammering Florida, Georgia, and the Carolinas Friday with heavy rain and winds.
A CHANGE IS COMING.
The snowstorm crippled travel across the region, and marked the first time in nearly a decade the airport was closed due to snow conditions.
Across the globe, El Niño and other phenomena drove temperatures through the roof in recent months.
Patricia became the most powerful hurricane on record Friday before making landfall on Mexico's southwestern coast. BuzzFeed News reporter Karla Zabludovsky is reporting from Mexico City.
Heed the National Weather Service: "strong winds will combine with these frigid temperatures to produce brutal subzero wind chills." The Boston area is expected to get 8 to 12 inches of snow.
The storm also flipped cars, downed power lines and damaged buildings in the Columbia, Mississippi, area.
Heavy rain and winds are expected to blast Northern California on Thursday, prompting the closure of schools in San Francisco, Oakland and surrounding areas.
The storm is expected to bring much-needed rain to Puerto Rico, which is currently experiencing a moderate drought.
Updated: Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn declared seven counties disaster areas Monday after six were killed in the state. Two others were killed in Michigan.
The National Weather Service office in Anchorage, Alaska, had a very special message for Washington on Friday.
A thunderstorm in Colorado caused a massive mudslide on Wednesday that covered two lanes of a highway and swept away cars in its path.
The New Jersey National Weather Service wants you to imagine your own demise. Whatever it takes to get people to evacuate.