The temperature in Denver dropped so steep so quickly the city recorded the earliest freeze on record going back nearly 150 years, according to a report.
The sharp change from summer to winter-like conditions was one of the most noticeable weather shifts to those who live in Colorado.
It may be the tail end of summer, but some parts out West on Monday skipped right to winter.
Winter is coming, apparently with a vengeance.
The periodical is predicting “cold and snowy conditions in the north, drought in the west, and everything crazy in between.”
Plows were clearing roads on parts of northwest Arizona on the first day of spring after a storm dropped heavy snow and created backups on one major highway.
A winter storm headed for northern Arizona could drop more than a foot of snow in the next few days, according to the National Weather Service in Flagstaff.
The Arizona Snowbowl ski resort closed all of its lifts after wind gusts at the top of the mountain range reached 84 mph.
Chicago may have been graced with spring-like temperatures over the weekend, but the winter weather is not over.
Iraq’s capital of Baghdad awoke on Tuesday to a sight not seen in over a decade — their city covered in snow.
A frantic search for four children, including a 2-year-old boy, who disappeared during a blizzard in rural Alaska ended with good news.
Following a weekend with temperatures in the high 70s, Arizonans are dealing with windy weather and a forecast of cold weather as they head into the work week.
A Newfoundland woman was left with a car full of snow on January 18 after she accidentally left the passenger side window of her vehicle open during a record-breaking snowstorm the night before.
Ski and snowboard shops are seeing high demand thanks to plenty of winter storms to hit Sunrise and Snowbowl.
A yellow bus pulling a small white trailer slid sideways down Eden Prairie Road in Eden Prairie, Minnesota, on December 28.
Traffic is slowly starting to move again along the I-5 near the Grapevine.
A freight train derailed in Wyoming.
Wintry weather made highways across much of Arizona slick due to rain and snow Friday.
Some visitors are expecting sunshine in the Valley, but alas, a surprise came in the form of a storm that brought thick clouds and rain to the Valley. FOX 10's Bailey Miller reports.
The winter solstice, which is shortest day of the year, will occur Saturday, Dec. 21.