Watch this weather briefing for an in-depth look at the latest weather news.
A powerful storm that crept across the country dropped snow, freezing rain and sleet on the Mid-Atlantic region and headed northeast Sunday, turning NFL playing fields in Pennsylvania into winter wonderlands, dumping a foot of snow in Delaware and threatening a messy Monday commute in the northeast corridor.
A large swath of the U.S. is experiencing frigid temperatures, sleet, snow and ice.
The dogs were barking across Minnesota Thursday morning.
Arctic storm with brutal cold temperatures is heading south and east.
How quickly parts of the Earth's climate are changing in response to added greenhouse gases and what's forecast for decades ahead is a mixed bag, a federal advisory council says in a report out Tuesday.
A storm system that brought up to 2 feet of snow and bitter cold to the Rockies and Northern Plains was moving south Tuesday.
Wind gusts whipped through parts of the Front Range for much of the day Monday.
Freezing rain was blamed for highway pileups that sent dozens of people to the hospital Sunday morning in central and northern Massachusetts.
The 2013 Atlantic hurricane season has come to an end.
Pasco County is opening two cold weather shelters for those who need a warm place to sleep Wednesday night.
A nor'easter threatens to hamper travel throughout the Tri-State area for the start of the Thanksgiving holiday, and could also put a damper on the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.
A winter storm system blamed for at least 10 fatal accidents in the West and Texas threatens to dampen the Thanksgiving holiday for millions of Americans traveling this week.
Forecasters say the 2013 Atlantic hurricane season, which officially ends Saturday, has delivered the fewest hurricanes since 1982.
The front could also bring havoc to Thanksgiving travel later in the week.
The system was expected to head east and reach the opposite coast by the middle of next week, but not before hitting the Southwest again with rain, snow and wind, forecasters said.
Melissa has transitioned to a tropical storm as it moves rapidly over the north Atlantic.
The violent thunderstorms and tornadoes that howled through 12 states on Sunday left behind a swath of destruction, but amazingly, only eight deaths were reported.
Officials have confirmed two storm-related deaths in Michigan, raising to eight the toll from the heavy rain, powerful winds and tornadoes that formed across the region.
Subtropical Storm Melissa has formed in the central Atlantic.