Road conditions are deteriorating across Minnesota as an early season snowstorm hits the state.
The periodical is predicting “cold and snowy conditions in the north, drought in the west, and everything crazy in between.”
The winter solstice, which is shortest day of the year, will occur Saturday, Dec. 21.
You may have gotten one of those loud mobile alerts telling you about something called a "snow squall." So what the heck is it and why is it so dangerous? Glad you asked.
Winter conditions over the weekend triggered deadly crashes in the Central Plains and Midwest, while a storm was set to bring more snow and freezing rain into the Northeast.
A frigid storm moving through the Great Plains on Thursday forced school closures, caused travel headaches and put farmers and ranchers on edge.
A heavy, fall snow storm will be passing over the Northern Rockies and Plains in the next few days, and the National Weather Service is warning that some regions may experience blizzard conditions and potentially historic October snowfall, likely causing travel disruptions, power outages and impacts to cattle and agriculture throughout the region.
A massive storm is expected to bring record snow and cold unusually early to parts of the Rocky Mountains, where residents were warned to brace for widespread power outages, crop damage and treacherous roadways, meteorologists said Friday.