In close elections, rain or snow can suppress turnout. Friday morning’s snow, however, is expected to melt before Nov. 3. By Ellen Barry BOSTON —…View More It’s Snowing in New England, but Election Day Looks Sunny for Much of U.S.
Schools, forced to cancel in-person classes because of the pandemic, have become more comfortable with remote teaching. That might mean the end of the snow…View More Sorry, Kids. Snow Days Are Probably Over.
With more rain and snow expected on Monday night, officials in and around New York City were cautioning that the worst effects of a winter…View More N.Y.C. Weather Updates: ‘Sloppy Rush Hour’ Ahead as Rain and Snow Pelt Region
Millions of Americans who slogged through rain and snow that choked transportation before Thanksgiving now face another daunting forecast for their trip home on Sunday,…View More Winter Storm Bound for the Northeast to Disrupt Travel Starting Sunday
A strong winter storm will spread across much of Colorado and parts of the central United States on Wednesday, sending hurricane-force winds and heavy snow…View More ‘Bomb Cyclone’ With High Winds and Heavy Snow Takes Aim at Colorado
DENVER — The call went up across America: Mother Nature, please have mercy. A punishing winter that has already produced record snowfalls and crippling temperatures…View More A Blast of Snow and Bitter Cold Across the Nation. Oh, Goody.
CHICAGO — The Great Plains were digging out, the Great Lakes were being walloped and the Northeast was bracing for impact on Saturday as a…View More Winter Storm Wallops Midwest and Is Expected to Worsen as It Moves East
[Want to get New York Today by email? Here's the sign-up.] It’s Friday. Alternate-side parking: in effect today, suspended Monday for Martin Luther King Jr.…View More N.Y. Today: Real Winter Is Here, Snow and All
[What you need to know to start the day: Get New York Today in your inbox.] Something seems amiss in the sky over New York…View More Where’s the Snow? In New York City, Winter Doesn’t Seem Like Its Usual Self