For the first time, French researchers have taken detailed measurements of the surface of ice to explain exactly why it's so slippery.
Heavy rain and breezy winds from the southeast to northeast, and light precipitation from the northern High Plains to the Great Lakes.
One of the strongest winter storms to ever impact the Midwest, the Armistice Day Blizzard struck this week, back in 1940.
A study on what atmospheric conditions are necessary to see the development of a meteotsunami.
Pleasant temperatures in the west, diminishing rain chances in parts of the south, and snow developing in north-central parts of the country through the weekend.
A look into how built-up urban areas can impact local wind speeds
Rain and snow chances from the Northern Plains to the Great Lakes, and below-average highs for much of the country through the weekend.
Several bridges have been built for animals to reduce animal and car collisions.
A study into how the Santa Ana winds develop and why they bring such a high risk for wildfires.