Snowfall Across Upper Midwest Leaves Roads Treacherous, Cancels FlightsA winter storm moving across the Great Lakes that's forecast to drop about a foot (1/3 meter) of snow in some areas created treacherous driving conditions Friday, closed schools and forced the cancellation of hundreds of flights.
Dangerous Cold Has Ticket For Super Bowl SundayWe knew Super Bowl Sunday was going to feature record-setting cold, but temperatures are even colder than expected.
'It's Angry Cold': Celebs Sound Off On Minn. WeatherCelebrities had one topic on the top of their minds Saturday -- Minnesota's bone-chilling weather.
Dressing Correctly For Winter, According To Minn. ExpertDressing right for winter is a useful thing to know, whether you're a football fan attending a tailgate party in Super Bowl host city Minneapolis, or just looking to enjoy outdoor activities in any other cold-weather destination.
After Snowstorm, Loppet Organizers Say This Year Could Be Its Best EverNot everyone is excited about Monday's snowstorm, but the crew with the Loppet Foundation certainly is.
No Travel Advised In South Central Minnesota, Already A Foot Of Snow ReportedWe're following the winter storm event that's moving in Minnesota Monday morning.
Deep Freeze In The South Begins To RelentThe deep freeze that killed 10 people and shut down much of the South began to relent Thursday.
Twin Cities Road Crews Prepare For January StormWinter will return Wednesday night, and the timing will make for a tough morning.
100 Million People Affected By East Coast's Deep FreezeAbout 100 million people faced a new challenge after the whopping East Coast snowstorm.
Why Does Snow Squeak When You Walk On It?University of Wisconsin scientists say the noisiness of the snow depends on how cold it is outside.
After Snow, Freezing Temps To Disrupt Life On East CoastFrigid temperatures, some that could feel as cold as minus 30 degrees, moved across the East Coast on Friday as the region attempted to clean up from a massive winter storm that brought more than a foot of snow, hurricane-force winds and coastal flooding a day earlier.
How Does The Cold Kill Batteries?It turns out that we have something in common with our cellphones: we both don't like the extreme cold!

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