ST. LOUIS (AP) — The storms that recently covered parts of the U.S. with snow won’t be enough to ease the nation’s drought. Experts say it would take historic snowfalls — an absurd amount, really — to undo the damage already inflicted.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – A blizzard warning covers a large part of West Virginia as snow and high winds blow over Appalachia on the edges of superstorm Sandy. The National Weather Service says a foot […]
FRESNO, Calif. (AP) – Fall is looking a lot like winter across Northern California. The first major storm of the season on Monday brought snow to the Sierra Nevada and rain across the rest of […]
(AP) – A spring storm has dropped more than an inch of rain in some areas of Southern California and the Central Coast and left several inches of snow in the mountains. Most of the […]
(CNS) – Two late-season storms were headed for the Southland today and likely to generate rainfall Wednesday and again Friday, along with snow and high winds, forecasters said. The first of the two Pacific storms […]