No matter where you’re headed this holiday season, it’s important to prepare for an emergency on the road.
Tuesday was the first full day of winter, but you wouldn’t think so in parts of the country.
Heavy snow and blizzard conditions are possible in the Oklahoma Panhandle during the weekend following Christmas.
A warm start to winter has New Englanders feeling wary as Tuesday’s winter solstice approaches.
Winter begins late Monday night.
Last month was the globe’s warmest November on record, the seventh consecutive month to reach a new high.
The snow tapered off Tuesday afternoon as the storm moved northeast.
Parts of western Kansas experienced strong winds, sleet and anywhere from 1 to 9 inches of snow this weekend.
By the time 2015 is over, it is certain to go down as the warmest year on record.
A winter storm dumped snow in southern and central Oregon Sunday, knocking out power for thousands.
Winter weather is causing some scattered travel issues and closings across parts of Kansas.
Weather photos sent in by KSN viewers on December 13,2015.
A large fir tree crashed into a Portland home early Wednesday, killing a 60-year-old woman.
Some Northeasterners are beginning to wonder if a white Christmas may just be a dream,.
Monday’s flooding caused the closure of numerous roads, and heavy rains triggered landslides.