As snowstorm hits, car crashes into home in Virginia

NORFOLK, Va. (WAVY) — A vehicle crashed into a home in Norfolk during the winter storm early Saturday. According to police, the call for the crash came in around 2 a.m. Saturday in the 8700 block of Tidewater Drive. WAVY-TV is still learning more regarding the crash including possible...
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Fayetteville man gunned down by teen in snowstorm late Friday, deputies say

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. (WNCN) – A Fayetteville man was shot and killed by his teenage neighbor overnight, officials confirmed Saturday morning. Jesse James McDowell, 20, was located inside a home in the 300 block of Grouper Drive in Fayetteville at 11:26 p.m. Friday. He was pronounced dead at the scene upon arrival by the Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office.
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2 The Outdoors: Project Snowstorm, tracking snowy owls

BUFFALO, N.Y. — The snowy owl is one of the most striking birds on earth. They are also one of the world's largest owls. Though native to the Arctic, snowys are often seen in Western New York and other parts of the country, as they make an annual migration thousands of miles to the South.

Snowstorm Slows I-70 Travel To Colorado Mountains

GENESEE, Colo. (CBS4)– Snow bogged down traffic in and out of the mountains Friday evening as an alert went out about mountain travel. A storm that had the potential to dump over a half-foot of snow in places like Jefferson County, added to typical weekend travel woes. (credit: CBS) “I’m not from here. I have a little Honda Civic. I do have chains though, so this is why I’m on the side of the road,” said driver Natalie Namba. She had reached Genesee on her way to meet up with friends in Breckenridge but said she was scared to go further without chains...

Much of Illinois facing a snow deficit

PEORIA, Ill. (WMBD) — Despite multiple rounds of winter weather so far this month, much of Illinois is below average for snow accumulation this winter. According to the National Weather Service (NWS) office in Lincoln, there is a deficit in snowfall for much of the state, especially in the eastern half of the state. Areas […]

Snowstorm gives a needed boost to region’s snowmobile season

MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) - The snowmobile season across northern New England is finally kicking into gear thanks to last week’s snowstorm that dumped more than a foot of snow. Cindy Locke of the Vermont Association of Snow Travelers says snowmobilers were waiting for the snow. And now that it’s here groomers have been out across the region readying trails for the riders. There are still early season conditions across much of Vermont’s 4,700 miles of trail so riders are urged to be cautious on the trails. Locke says every year is different. Sometimes it snows early and then there is a thaw that upends the season.

Man drops to knees seeing restaurant closed during snowstorm

A video of a man falling to his knees after finding the restaurant closed during a snowstorm in Canada has gone viral on social media. The video was captured in Toronto, Canada. The man crossed the snow to his knees to get to the restaurant in Scarborough. However, food services...

Weather conditions that are hazardous following a snowstorm, in the US

Hazardous weather conditions have resulted from a winter storm that dumped snow and ice in the southeastern United States. A week after the region was hit by severe winter conditions, the southeastern United States is once again dealing with snow and ice. Winter weather warnings were issued from Georgia to...
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Woman charged with child endangerment after kicking her children out in snowstorm

Warren, Ohio – According to authorities in Ohio, a woman is facing child endangerment charges after allegedly forcing her teenage children out of the home during a snowstorm. According to prison records, the 38-year-old woman from Warren was arrested on Monday and subsequently released from custody. A disagreement between...