Don Buckley took his dog Gracie for a walk during the snowstorm this morning in Akron, N.Y.
April 23, 2012 After a very mild winter with little snow, parts of the mid-Atlantic will get a reminder of old man winter today. Several inches of wet, heavy snow are expected to fall in higher elevations. Elsewhere, much-needed rain is drenching the region.
Bags of a deicing product were being stacked outside a hardware store in Seattle on Tuesday, as folks prepared for today's bad weather.
January 18, 2012 Though forecasters have scaled back from earlier ominous predictions, it's still going to be a mess in much of western Washington State today.
January 13, 2012 Producers Ian and Eva tell you what's on "Wait, Wait...Don't Tell Me!" this weekend.
January 12, 2012 It's hard to fathom from afar just how rough the weather has been in parts of Alaska for the past month or so. It's winter, sure. But things have been particularly brutal. And there seems to be no end in sight.
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Could the Golden Gate Bridge get a frosting this weekend?
February 25, 2011 With three days to go, the city needs just another 0.6 inches to break a record that has stood since 1896. Meanwhile, San Francisco may get its first snow since 1976.
Feb. 2, 2011: Cars sit in the northbound lanes of Chicago's Lake Shore Drive.
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February 24, 2011 There's less than an inch to go before the city's record for February snow will be broken, and 3 to 5 inches are expected to fall overnight.
Roy Williams of Westfield, Mass., shovels snow in front of his vehicle on a merge ramp on Interstate 91 southbound in Windsor, Conn., Wednesday, Jan. 12, 2011.
January 12, 2011 Every state except Florida has at least some snow on the ground, according to the National Weather Service. In Massachusetts, thousands are without power because of the latest blizzard.
December 13, 2010 The first rule of snowball fights is you need wet, but not too-wet snow. But if all you've got is powder, fear not. There are ways to turn the dry, fluttery stuff into perfectly packed projectiles, perfect for pegging your friends with.
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