Heavy snow causes Upper Midwest roofs to collapse

Heavy, wet snow that fell over the weekend in parts of the Upper Midwest caused roof collapses at a church, hotel, gas station and some homes

Heavy snow causes Upper Midwest roofs to collapse

Heavy, wet snow that fell over the weekend in parts of the Upper Midwest caused roof collapses at a church, hotel, gas station and some homes

Snow possible in Philly Friday

Some consolation: It will be warmer than it has been and the sun will shine Saturday.

Snow possible in Philly Friday

Some consolation: It will be warmer than it has been and the sun will shine Saturday.

U.S. just sloshed through the wettest winter on record

Federal weather officials say this winter was the wettest on record.

U.S. just sloshed through the wettest winter on record

Federal weather officials say this winter was the wettest on record.
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Slushy highway blamed for crash that killed 2 Philadelphians in South Jersey

The fatal crash in Gloucester County raised to four the number of people killed in motor vehicle accidents amid Sunday's snowstorm.

After deadly tornadoes, ‘everything was flattened’

Authorities on Monday sifted through debris, searching for victims of the powerful tornadoes that tore across the Southeast a day earlier, slicing through parts of Alabama, Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina.

The snow is gone but Philly area feels the impact: Latest on schools, transit

SEPTA Regional Rail trains are on a special schedule. Many schools had delayed openings.

Forecasters predicted a lot of snow for Philadelphia. So what happened?

A blanket of snow turned into a dusting for much of Philadelphia, proving once again how tricky predicting the weather can be.

Higher snow accumulations in forecast for Philly and region: Area could get 3-5 inches Sunday into Monday

Meteorolgists say Philadelphia region is on the border of getting mostly rain or significant snow, which could be as high as five inches.

More snow, rain, ice, maybe all three; then 100 percent chance of January

Equinox is coming, but winter isn't budging. A significant storm is brewing, and then it gets mighty cold.

Evacuations lifted for flooded California wine country towns

Authorities in Northern California have reopened the roads into two towns cut off for days by a rain-swollen river as residents and work crews start cleaning up.

The curse of the Philadelphia Flower Show: Snow strikes again

The Convention Center's banner event has long been dogged by inclement weather.

Pre-dawn snow dumps several inches in some areas, disrupting morning commute

Slushy conditions made for messy travel for motorists and pedestrians.

Snow expected late tonight could affect Friday morning rush hour

Not much accumulation is expected, but its timing could affect Friday's morning rush hour.

Rain prompts evacuation order for California towns

Authorities in Northern California ordered evacuation for two dozen small communities in Sonoma County where a river was expected to overflow and cause major flooding.

Strong winds, snowy weather hit West Coast

A fierce western storm packing winds in excess of 100 mph and predicted to bring as much as 8 feet of snow barreled into the Sierra on Monday, toppling trucks and triggering power outages near Reno.

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