The harshest of the winter months may be behind us, but that doesn’t mean Winter weather is entirely gone. We still have a few more weeks at least – six if you believe Punxsutawney Phil – during which we might experience cold temperatures, heavy winds, snow, or sleet.
AccuWeather is predicting winter weather will linger into spring across much of the United States.
Punxsutawney Phil declared six more weeks of winter for the United States – a prognostication AccuWeather meteorologists largely agree with.
AccuWeather reports following snow and cold in 49 states during the first 10 days of January, cold air will retreat in parts of the U.S.
AccuWeather reports a storm will create dangerous travel conditions across a 1,200-mile swath of the Central U.S. into the weekend.
AccuWeather reports longer, harsher winters may be in store for the portions of North America as the polar vortex continues to weaken and shifts.
Winter is on its way—tis the season for hibernation and homely nights in. But is your home ready to become your winter haven?
AccuWeather reports it will feel like an extended winter for those living from the northern Plains to the eastern U.S.
Spring may be just around the corner, but motorists are reminded to watch out for possible icy areas on roadways as precipitation and low temperatures are expected this weekend.
The City of Staunton will open all parking facilities at 5 p.m. today in preparation for Monday’s winter storm.
Is it just me, or is it easier to remember to drink your water in the summer?
The U.S. Small Business Administration joined other federal and local government agencies across the country in reminding people to prepare for severe weather.
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Due to the current winter storm, a full closure of the 469-mile Blue Ridge Parkway is in effect until further notice.
Winter weather is expected to hit many parts of Virginia and the East Coast this weekend, creating dangerous driving conditions for motorists.
Dominion Virginia Power is prepared to respond to heavy snowfall and high winds forecast to move through Virginia and North Carolina beginning Friday.
The Virginia Department of Transportation is fully engaged in preparations for the season’s first winter storm.
I’m aware that, technically, we’re about a month into winter, but December and the first week or so of January was an early spring.
As the first of two forecasted snow storms makes its way across the Commonwealth Wednesday, Virginians are encouraged to plan ahead.
Freezing temperatures are here. While you’re thinking about keeping your animals and tender vegetation safe, you should also be making sure frozen pipes won’t ruin your home.
VDOT is ready to respond to snow showers and high winds that are forecast for parts of the Shenandoah Valley Tuesday afternoon into Wednesday morning.
Virginia Cooperative Extension at Virginia Tech has a number of tips to help people prepare for the winter and keep their families, property, and animals safe.
Cooking, heating, holiday decorations and candles all contribute to an increased risk of fire during the winter months.