The National Weather Service predicted continued snowfall in the Northeast through midday Monday, with snow expected to hit West Virginia, Maryland and Pennsylvania, and upstate New York. Twelve inches of snow is expected to fall by the end of Monday, the National Weather Service predicted.
By mid-afternoon Monday, a foot of snow was reported at Laurel Summit in southwestern Pennsylvania, and eight inches of snow was reported in Somerset, Pa.
An unusually heavy spring storm dumped large amounts of much-needed rainfall along the East Coast of the U.S. over the weekend, and is expected to bring travel delays across the region through Monday.
The heavy storm, which is expected to move out of the region by Tuesday, brought rainfall to the unusually dry Atlantic seaboard but left some concerned that urban centers will face overwhelmed drainage systems.
Within the next 36 hours, snow is expected to hit regions in West Virginia, Pennsylvania, and Western New York. Forecasters estimate that anywhere from 3-6 inches of snow will fall in Buffalo, N.Y. more >>
Residents around North Texas are revealing their faith testimonies today after a series of devastating tornadoes swept through parts of Texas yesterday, flattening homes and destroying communities.
The National Weather Service in Dallas - Fort Worth Texas reported that between six and 13 tornados touched down in north Texas Tuesday.
Although the tornadoes did cause mass destruction to the community, there are no reported fatalities, although rescuers continue to search parts of Dallas Wednesday to recover any potential victims trapped in collapsed homes. more >>
Storm systems have been ravaging the South and Midwest since Wednesday, and continue to pose serious threats to the states today.
Two tornados touched down in Alabama Friday, leveling homes and damaging a school and prison with violent winds.
The storm system had traveled across the South and arrived in Alabama just two days after a string of twisters killed 13 people in the Midwest. more >>
At least 15 tornadoes have been reported in the Midwest, leaving four dead and many more injured.
Rescue crews are beginning the arduous task of looking for survivors under the rubble and helping those who may be trapped. The string of storms hit hard last night and tore through Kansas, Missouri, and parts of Illinois. According to The Weather Channel, Harveyville, Kan., was hit the hardest; up to 40 percent of the town has been damaged.
As the storms moved across the state and into Missouri, they continued to gain power. Branson, a noted tourist attraction and home to the Variety Theater, was hit particularly hard. Local reporter Monte Schisler told The Weather Channel, "The world-famous Highway 76 strip was almost like a war zone." more >>
A snowstorm has covered parts of the upper Midwest in almost one foot of snow today, causing school closings, hazardous traveling conditions and flight cancellations.
This winter storm has affected locations in the vicinity of the Great Lakes as well as portions of the Northeast and New England.
The blast of snow is set to taper off in Chicago later on in the day. Three inches of snow reportedly fell onto O'Hare Airport this morning, according to the National Weather Service, leaving hundreds of flights delayed or canceled. more >>