All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Winter Weather’

Record Early Snowfall: Winter Is Coming

Just when you thought you’d gotten the memory of a ceaseless winter out of your minds, here comes a story to remind you that it all has to happen again. A record-early snowfall has hit parts of the Midwestern United States. On Thursday morning, snow fell in parts of Montana, South Dakota, Wyoming, and Colorado. This represents the earliest that …

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Antarctica Storm Photographed by Satellite

People here in the United States are simply tired of hearing about winter weather; The polar vortex and winter storm Titan have brought enough cold and precipitation to last the eastern US for quite some time. That being said, looking at nifty weather conditions and storms in other locations is still quite cool, as evidenced by the recent clamor surrounding …

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Atlanta Preps For Potentially Devastating Ice Storm

Rain and falling temperatures combined overnight to create worrying conditions for residents of Atlanta, GA and much of the surrounding area. Over two thousand power outages have already been reported to the north of Atlanta early Wednesday. With the worst yet to come, Georgia officials are deeply concerned. It’s predicted that an ice storm is on the way, one that …

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Pileups Close Down Portions of PA Turnpike

Slippery roads in eastern Pennsylvania lead to pileups that shut down portions of the Pennsylvania Turnpike on Thursday, resulting in several injuries but no fatalities. Turnpike officials reported that roughly 35 vehicles were involved in related accidents, which caused a 4-mile backup on westbound lanes near Morgantown and Reading, situated about 50 miles west of Philadelphia. Turnpike wrecks sent roughly …

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Winter Tires, Are They Worth Buying?

Winter is here, and for most of the country the roads are slick, icy and full of snow. Is it worth it to buy snow or winter tires? Many drivers who live in icy snowy winters use all-season tires throughout the year and some use chains. But winter tires or snow tires can be a better choice, if the winters …

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Ice Storm Hits Majority of the U.S.

A major storm has hit the largest part of the western U.S. Thursday, and continues to wreak havoc on this country – causing flight cancellations, traffic accidents, school closings, and overall treacherous conditions that are expected to last through the weekend. “Its not only the ice and snow, but freezing temperatures have made Saturday the coldest Dec. 7 on record …

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Icy Weather Threatens Thanksgiving Day Plans

Snow, sleet, freezing rain, heavy rain, and strong winds are already taking place across the U.S. The storms, which began on the West Coast, have now moved into parts of Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, and Oklahoma. At Oklahoma City’s Will Rogers World Airport, about ten percent of flights were canceled Sunday because of severe weather warnings. Four people have already …

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