Tag Archives: Blizzard

Another Historically Cold February On Tap — Starting Now

Snow, ice, wind, cold, prolonged cold. It’s all in the near future for many areas not used to seeing such weather extremes.

Ringing in the New Year with All Types of Weather

Will the weather affect your New Years Eve plans? Well let’s hope not, but we do have a variety of weather conditions occurring across the lower 48 from snow to severe storms and heavy rain. A strong storm system will bring additional snow today across the Northern Plains and Upper Midwest. Snow accumulations of up […]

Strong Low Brings Snow to the UK

It’s officially springtime in the UK, but winter is still making an appearance this week as a strong low pressure system brings blizzard conditions, strong to gale-force winds and heavy rains to portions of Scotland, Northern Ireland and Northern England. Up to 48,000 homes across Northern Ireland are without power due to the storm.   […]

Snow into Snow Cones

You’ve heard the expression, “When life gives you lemons, make lemonade.” So during the blizzard of 2010 in Northeast and Mid Atlantic states, that’s what several businesses did – except they used snow and made snow cones!   As the 2010 blizzard progressed, the list of business and government closings grew longer and longer as […]

The Great Blizzard(s)

In light of all the snow that has fallen over the Mid-Atlantic and quite aware of even more snow to come, I started to wonder about how what’s being called Snowmageddon 2010 stacks up compared to previous blizzards. Is this past weekend’s blizzard of the Mid-Atlantic states destined for the record books? Yes. Is it […]

Cold, Colder, Coldest

Though about 2/3s of the country is currently experiencing temperatures well below normal, it’s about to get colder. And so on the heels of the weekend New England blizzard that dumped record-breaking snows in many areas, the nation begins to prepare for even more cold – and more cold. Cold like we haven’t seen in […]