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Colorado, Wyoming Spring Snow Storm: Winter Is Back

Winter is over for most of us but residents of Colorado and Wyoming got a surprise snowstorm just in time for Mother’s Day. The weather has been unstable in the area for weeks and meteorologists warned that the weather pattern could bring tornados and thunderstorms before the snow. On Sunday, both Colorado and Wyoming received over a foot of snow, …

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Winter Storm PAX Knocks Out Power Lines in Georgia, Heads for Northeast

A winter storm that The Weather Channel has now named PAX is currently hitting a number of states located in the Southeast. Rain and sleet came down hard in Georgia Wednesday, resulting in cities being forced to go without power–but hopefully for not too long. Previously, the Atlanta area endured one of the worst cases of this year’s snowstorms, which left …

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Winter Storm Hercules Wreaks Havoc On Northeast

Winter storm Hercules swept across the country and left a trail of snow, sleet and ice behind it. While some parts of the country only saw a coating of snow, the Northeast was hit much harder. Blizzard conditions were predicted along the Northeast coast and many areas received several inches of snow. The snow is not the only thing that …

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Snow Totals – The East Coast Getting Hammered

A Nor’easter is blasting the east coast as of Thursday, dumping snow, bringing strong winds and extremely frigid cold temperatures. A blistering winter blizzard covered large sections of the Northeast U.S. in snow Thursday, canceling flights, shutting down highways closing schools through Friday and causing at least eleven deaths. “There will be travel problems,” said Hugh Johnson, a weather service …

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Thanksgiving Snow: Will It Stop You From Traveling?

Thanksgiving is a busy day for holiday travelers as everyone scrambles to get to their loved ones’ homes and visit family and friends. The day after Thanksgiving can be just as bad, with everyone traveling to their favorite shopping malls and stores to get the best deals on Black Friday. This year, there may be some added stress to your …

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South Dakota Cattle: Thousands Killed in Snow Storm

We all know how temperamental Mother Nature can be, especially during the transition period from one season to another. What we didn’t know, though, was that Mother Nature was colluding with the Republicans and Tea Partiers during the government shutdown. Earlier this month, a devastating snow storm hit parts of South Dakota. Up to 4 feet of snow fell in …

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May Snow: 18 Inches Dropped On Upper Midwest

May isn’t generally known for snow storms, even up north, so when 18 inches of the cold white stuff drops on several states, it’s headline-worthy. People in Wisconsin and Minnesota may be rethinking their choice of state this week while battling over a foot of heavy snow. The temperatures dropped below freezing, causing downed power lines and trees and making …

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