Hundreds are hurt as subzero temperatures move on; one physician says she saw "more frostbite than I've ever seen in my entire career."
A mid-April storm stretching from the Gulf Coast to the Great Lakes dumps two feet of snow on parts of the Upper Midwest before plowing toward the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic states.
Heavy snow blankets the region, and hundreds of thousands of homes and businesses from Pennsylvania to New England lose electricity.
A storm unloads at least 8 inches of snow in parts of North Carolina. Even Mississippi beaches get a coating, and icicles hang in normally balmy New Orleans.
A huge blizzard is ravaging the East, causing thousands of flight cancellations, school closures, at least one death so far and general chaos. Many of those making minimum wage or less are forced to choose whether to venture into the cold or lose their jobs.
By the 2080s, two-thirds of the cities that have hosted the Winter Olympics since 1924 are likely to be too warm to be able to do so again.
Bad weather trapping you inside today? Well, stay put, lest you become like one of these hapless fools featured in The Onion News Network's "Snowpocalypse" faux exposé, good for a laugh on a wintry day.
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie should ask former Washington Mayor Marion Barry what winter can do to one's political ambitions.
The holiday 2010 season is destined to go down in wintry infamy for countless would-be travelers, and even residents just trying to get around already in New York City. Here's a few of them giving their appraisal of the snowy situation in the Big Apple on Tuesday.