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'Us Snow' - 51 News Result(s)

  • Widening Snowstorm, Freezing Rain To Affect Travel In Eastern US

    Widening Snowstorm, Freezing Rain To Affect Travel In Eastern US

    A widening snowstorm with an encore of freezing rain iced over the U.S. Midwest on Tuesday and headed east, causing hundreds of flight cancellations and closing schools, and was expected to tangle New York and Boston's evening rush hour.

  • 6 Dead As Deep Freeze Grips US Midwest, Emergency In 2 States: Officials

    6 Dead As Deep Freeze Grips US Midwest, Emergency In 2 States: Officials

    Millions across the Midwest experienced a freeze normally reserved for the Arctic Circle on Wednesday as temperatures dropped to nearly 50 degrees below zero

  • For Second time In A Week, US Northeast Is About To Be Slammed With Snow

    For Second time In A Week, US Northeast Is About To Be Slammed With Snow

    It hasn't been a week since the last nor'easter, and already another is on the way. More than 36 million people are in some kind of winter storm warning or advisory on Monday as the storm ramps up in the Mid-Atlantic. It is slated to hit the Northeast from Monday night through Tuesday evening.

  • Dangerous Cold Grips Northeast US, Could Break Valentine's Day Records

    Dangerous Cold Grips Northeast US, Could Break Valentine's Day Records

    A dangerous cold snap seized the northeastern United States on Saturday with temperatures in some areas set to fall below zero and Boston facing its coldest Valentine's Day in almost four decades.

  • Washington Struggles To Dig Out After Monster Blizzard

    Washington Struggles To Dig Out After Monster Blizzard

    The US capital struggled to plow and shovel its way back to life Monday after a blizzard smothered the East Coast, with mountains of snow lining streets and schools and the federal government shut.

  • Post-Blizzard Dilemma: Where To Put All That Snow?

    Post-Blizzard Dilemma: Where To Put All That Snow?

    You can't just shovel it and plow it and blow it and scoop it. You have to have somewhere to put it. And with more than two feet of snow having fallen over the weekend across much of the region, putting it somewhere became a top priority for cities and counties and businesses and schools as they raced to turn the Washington area into a more navigab...

  • Mom, 1-Year-Old In Car Killed By Carbon Monoxide As Dad Clears Snow

    Mom, 1-Year-Old In Car Killed By Carbon Monoxide As Dad Clears Snow

    A family in New Jersey, trapped over the weekend in the massive East Coast snowstorm, was trying to dig its way out when the chill became too much to handle. The mother and her children - ages 1 and 3 - huddled in the car with the engine running to keep warm. The kids' father tried to clear the snow outside.

  • New York Rebounds After Blizzard, Washington Shuts Down Government

    New York Rebounds After Blizzard, Washington Shuts Down Government

    New York City emerged on Sunday from a massive blizzard that paralyzed much of the US East Coast, while snowy gridlock gripped the nation's capital and surrounding areas, where federal, state and local offices and schools planned to remain closed today.

  • Massive Blizzard Paralyses New York And Washington, 19 Dead

    Massive Blizzard Paralyses New York And Washington, 19 Dead

    A blizzard that has paralyzed much of the US East Coast intensified on Saturday, bringing Washington to a standstill and forcing the closure of roads, bridges and tunnels into New York until Sunday morning.

  • 'Life And Death' Blizzard Threatens To Bury US Capital

    'Life And Death' Blizzard Threatens To Bury US Capital

    A winter storm that could bury parts of the US Middle Atlantic region under nearly 3 feet (90 cm) of snow slammed into Washington on Friday, threatening the nation's capital with record accumulations as it barrelled up the populous East Coast.

  • Millions Brace For Massive US Snow Storm

    Millions Brace For Massive US Snow Storm

    The eastern United States braced on Thursday for a blizzard that could bury Washington under more snow than it has seen in nearly a century, before moving on to New York.

  • People In Eastern US Get Ready For Big Storm

    People In Eastern US Get Ready For Big Storm

    A light dusting of snow that stuck drivers in icy gridlock for hours in and around Washington served an ominous prelude to the massive blizzard bearing down Thursday on the nation's capital and threatening the eastern United States.

  • Weather-Battered US Schools Turn to Virtual Days for Students

    Weather-Battered US Schools Turn to Virtual Days for Students

    Hundreds of thousands of U.S. students stayed home this week due to snow and freezing temperatures, but some kids were not able to spend the day sledding or watching TV.

  • Snow Is Forecast, but Mayor Says New York City Won't Shut Down

    Snow Is Forecast, but Mayor Says New York City Won't Shut Down

    Mayor Bill de Blasio warned New Yorkers on Sunday that more snow was expected in the city overnight, but he said officials were prepared to handle the storm and schools were expected to open on Monday morning.

  • Snowstorm Sweeps Northeast US But Falls Short of Predictions

    Snowstorm Sweeps Northeast US But Falls Short of Predictions

    A blizzard swept across the northeastern United States, dropping more than a foot (30 cm) of snow but falling short of more dire predictions that sent workers and students home, halted thousands of flights and prompted New York officials to ban cars from roads and shut down subway trains.

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'Us Snow' - 51 News Result(s)

  • Widening Snowstorm, Freezing Rain To Affect Travel In Eastern US

    Widening Snowstorm, Freezing Rain To Affect Travel In Eastern US

    A widening snowstorm with an encore of freezing rain iced over the U.S. Midwest on Tuesday and headed east, causing hundreds of flight cancellations and closing schools, and was expected to tangle New York and Boston's evening rush hour.

  • 6 Dead As Deep Freeze Grips US Midwest, Emergency In 2 States: Officials

    6 Dead As Deep Freeze Grips US Midwest, Emergency In 2 States: Officials

    Millions across the Midwest experienced a freeze normally reserved for the Arctic Circle on Wednesday as temperatures dropped to nearly 50 degrees below zero

  • For Second time In A Week, US Northeast Is About To Be Slammed With Snow

    For Second time In A Week, US Northeast Is About To Be Slammed With Snow

    It hasn't been a week since the last nor'easter, and already another is on the way. More than 36 million people are in some kind of winter storm warning or advisory on Monday as the storm ramps up in the Mid-Atlantic. It is slated to hit the Northeast from Monday night through Tuesday evening.

  • Dangerous Cold Grips Northeast US, Could Break Valentine's Day Records

    Dangerous Cold Grips Northeast US, Could Break Valentine's Day Records

    A dangerous cold snap seized the northeastern United States on Saturday with temperatures in some areas set to fall below zero and Boston facing its coldest Valentine's Day in almost four decades.

  • Washington Struggles To Dig Out After Monster Blizzard

    Washington Struggles To Dig Out After Monster Blizzard

    The US capital struggled to plow and shovel its way back to life Monday after a blizzard smothered the East Coast, with mountains of snow lining streets and schools and the federal government shut.

  • Post-Blizzard Dilemma: Where To Put All That Snow?

    Post-Blizzard Dilemma: Where To Put All That Snow?

    You can't just shovel it and plow it and blow it and scoop it. You have to have somewhere to put it. And with more than two feet of snow having fallen over the weekend across much of the region, putting it somewhere became a top priority for cities and counties and businesses and schools as they raced to turn the Washington area into a more navigab...

  • Mom, 1-Year-Old In Car Killed By Carbon Monoxide As Dad Clears Snow

    Mom, 1-Year-Old In Car Killed By Carbon Monoxide As Dad Clears Snow

    A family in New Jersey, trapped over the weekend in the massive East Coast snowstorm, was trying to dig its way out when the chill became too much to handle. The mother and her children - ages 1 and 3 - huddled in the car with the engine running to keep warm. The kids' father tried to clear the snow outside.

  • New York Rebounds After Blizzard, Washington Shuts Down Government

    New York Rebounds After Blizzard, Washington Shuts Down Government

    New York City emerged on Sunday from a massive blizzard that paralyzed much of the US East Coast, while snowy gridlock gripped the nation's capital and surrounding areas, where federal, state and local offices and schools planned to remain closed today.

  • Massive Blizzard Paralyses New York And Washington, 19 Dead

    Massive Blizzard Paralyses New York And Washington, 19 Dead

    A blizzard that has paralyzed much of the US East Coast intensified on Saturday, bringing Washington to a standstill and forcing the closure of roads, bridges and tunnels into New York until Sunday morning.

  • 'Life And Death' Blizzard Threatens To Bury US Capital

    'Life And Death' Blizzard Threatens To Bury US Capital

    A winter storm that could bury parts of the US Middle Atlantic region under nearly 3 feet (90 cm) of snow slammed into Washington on Friday, threatening the nation's capital with record accumulations as it barrelled up the populous East Coast.

  • Millions Brace For Massive US Snow Storm

    Millions Brace For Massive US Snow Storm

    The eastern United States braced on Thursday for a blizzard that could bury Washington under more snow than it has seen in nearly a century, before moving on to New York.

  • People In Eastern US Get Ready For Big Storm

    People In Eastern US Get Ready For Big Storm

    A light dusting of snow that stuck drivers in icy gridlock for hours in and around Washington served an ominous prelude to the massive blizzard bearing down Thursday on the nation's capital and threatening the eastern United States.

  • Weather-Battered US Schools Turn to Virtual Days for Students

    Weather-Battered US Schools Turn to Virtual Days for Students

    Hundreds of thousands of U.S. students stayed home this week due to snow and freezing temperatures, but some kids were not able to spend the day sledding or watching TV.

  • Snow Is Forecast, but Mayor Says New York City Won't Shut Down

    Snow Is Forecast, but Mayor Says New York City Won't Shut Down

    Mayor Bill de Blasio warned New Yorkers on Sunday that more snow was expected in the city overnight, but he said officials were prepared to handle the storm and schools were expected to open on Monday morning.

  • Snowstorm Sweeps Northeast US But Falls Short of Predictions

    Snowstorm Sweeps Northeast US But Falls Short of Predictions

    A blizzard swept across the northeastern United States, dropping more than a foot (30 cm) of snow but falling short of more dire predictions that sent workers and students home, halted thousands of flights and prompted New York officials to ban cars from roads and shut down subway trains.

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