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!
Frigid Temps Pose Danger To Local WildlifeThe temperature was last above freezing in the Twin Cities three weeks ago. People are having a tough time dealing with it, and so are some animals.
Massive Portion Of US Hit By Winter Storm, Bringing Snow & ColdResidents across a huge swath of the U.S. awakened Thursday to the beginnings of a massive winter storm expected to deliver snow, ice and high winds.
'Bomb Cyclone': Geeky Weather Term Takes Social Media By StormWhen it comes to weather, it's hard to sound scarier than "bomb cyclone."
Airlines Cancel Flights Ahead Of ‘Bomb Cyclone’As of Thursday morning, about 20 flights to and from Minneapolis International Airport have been proactively cancelled ahead of a winter storm that's expected to hit from Maine to the Carolinas.
Light Snow Could Make Tuesday's Evening Commute A Bit MessyLight snow is expected in the metro just in time for the evening commute, but with it being as cold as it is, it could certainly still make a mess of the roads.
Deadly & Bitter Cold Grips Large Portion Of USBone-chilling cold gripped much of the U.S. as 2018 began, breaking century-old records and leading to several deaths that authorities attributed to exposure to the dangerously low temperatures.