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.
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.
Police in Alaska said they are investigating the case of two children who suffered injuries from walking in bitterly cold temperatures after being abandoned by their caretaker.
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.
Coconino County officials say the town of Tusayan is declaring a state of emergency due to the snowstorm.
All that talk of snow in making people excited to hit the slopes, and a Valley ski shop is seeing some extra business as a result. FOX 10's Stephanie Olmo reports.
A potential snowpocalypse is knocking on the doors of the Arizona High Country.
With a major winter storm forecast to create “very difficult to impossible” driving conditions in the high country from late Thursday until Friday morning, the Arizona Department of Transportation will close affected highways for safety until roadways are safe for travel.
On Tuesday night, a winter storm blew in, covering mountaintops and trees with a magical dusting of snow.
Forecasters warn of “difficult to impossible travel conditions” across much of northern Arizona later this week as a storm dumps an expected 2 feet of snow on Flagstaff and Williams along Interstate 40.
“It’s going to be a pretty significant storm,” said NWS meteorologist Johnnie Powell. “We could get three to four feet, easy.”
Flash flood watches have been issued for much of Arizona due to stormy weather that has brought showers and thunderstorms parts of the state.
As the winter ushers in frigid temperatures, police are reminding parents of the hazards associated with bulky coats and children riding in car seats.