From the Deep South to the Mid-Atlantic, another winter storm was expected to bring more snow and ice Wednesday to many areas that were hit hard just last week. Part of the system was also forecast to hit the Midwest.
The weather just doesn't get any better than we had Monday. So many folks wearing shorts and sandals and eating their lunch outside — in February! But alas all good things must come to an end, weather-wise that is.
By BRUCE SHIPKOWSKI, Associated Press
February 21, 2015 2:32 p.m.
The latest in an unending parade of winter storms moved over the East Coast on Saturday, dropping a wintry mix as far south as northern Georgia and potentially causing more headaches for snow-weary New England.
By The Associated Press
February 19, 2015 10:24 a.m.
Much of the U.S. continued to shiver and suffer in bitter cold Thursday. Temperatures and wind chills dipped near zero or below in the Midwest, Northeast and even the South — where people were most unaccustomed to the weather-related road hazards, school cancellations, public transportation and airport delays, and runs on supplies at stores.
By FENIT NIRAPPIL, Associated Press
February 18, 2015 1:13 p.m.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Officials are considering new water restrictions as California's drought drags on, possibly forcing residents to ask for water at restaurants and for fresh towels and sheets at hotels.
By JONATHAN DREW and MEREDITH SOMERS, Associated Press
February 18, 2015 10:18 a.m.
DURHAM, N.C. — For the South, the storm that dumped a foot of snow in some places was only the beginning. Low temperatures gripped the region Wednesday, freezing and refreezing the snow and ice and making the roads as hazardous as they were during the height of the storm. In many areas, the cold was expected to stay for days.