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In North America’s Snowiest Place, Residents Dig Out as Tourists Flow In

Mammoth Lakes in the Eastern Sierra has gotten 500 inches of snow so far this season.

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Why Hasn’t It Snowed Yet in New York City?

If there is still no measurable snowfall by Sunday, it would be the longest stretch of winter without snow since…

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How Much Will These Storms Help Relieve California’s Drought?

All the rain and snow are undoubtedly good news for California’s water supply, but they’re unlikely to end the drought…

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Michael Snow, Prolific and Playful Artistic Polymath, Is Dead at 94

He was a painter, a musician, a photographer and a sculptor. But he was best known for experimental (and often…

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Ice Storms, Heavy Snowfall, Tornadoes Threaten Midwest and South

A “multi-hazard” storm that already wrought havoc on the West Coast turned into a large winter storm system as it…

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How the Buffalo Blizzard Became So Deadly

On Dec. 19, as the Christmas holiday week began, Buffalo appeared ready for another storm. Officials huddled with weather forecasters…

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The Storm’s Victims: an Expectant Parent, a Doting Daughter, a Refugee

More than 30 people in western New York are known to have died in the storm, but officials expect the…

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29 Dead in Western New York Blizzard, With More Snow on Way

Thousands remain without power in the Buffalo region, where there is as much as 49 inches of snow on the…

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Black Ice and White Knuckles: Braving the Elements on Iceland’s Ring Road

In summer, the roughly 830-mile route offers drivers midnight sun, along with plenty of traffic. Other times of the year,…

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Fierce Storm and Bone-Chilling Cold Will Sweep Central and Eastern U.S.

A ghastly weather system will tear across the country this week, bringing freezing temperatures, snow, rain and wind. Here’s how…

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