Remember the days when you'd just get a phone call announcing school was closed for snow? Well, now principals and teachers (with the help of some special guests) are kicking those announcements up a notch by singing and rapping your school status.
Early morning snow and freezing rain turned I-235 on the west side into a skating rink with numerous cars in ditches and overturned during rush hour. (Video by Bo Rader / The Wichita Eagle / Jan. 15, 2018)
A large winter storm hit the Carolinas to Maine, dumping snow in areas that haven't seen it in decades. Thursday, some could also see freezing cold temperatures and strong winds. Blizzard warnings and states of emergency were in effect.
A nor’easter with the potential to undergo “bombogenesis” – or the rapid intensification of a mid-latitude storm – began its move up the eastern seaboard on January 3, bringing snow and freezing conditions to many southeastern states. The storm was forecast to bring blizzard conditions to much of the northeast, beginning late Wednesday night, with warnings stretching through Thursday, January 4, according to the National Weather Service.
Bubbles blown from a bottle of store bought children’s bubble solution freeze in the morning’s sub-zero temperatures on the first day of 2018. The temperature plunged to -11 degrees Monday morning with wind chill temperatures around -25.
Weather Observer Adam Gill empties a tea pot of boiling water that instantly turns into snow in hurricane force winds and a temperature of negative 31 degrees Fahrenheit. (Video by Mount Washington Observatory)