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Shelters overwhelmed in Polandupdated: Fri Feb 10 2012 12:01:00

Dangerous weather has paralyzed parts of Poland, closing schools and filling shelters. Ralitsa Vassileva reports.

Ice grips Europe's waterways as deadly cold lingersupdated: Fri Feb 10 2012 12:01:00

Europe remained gripped by frigid temperatures and snow Friday, with the icy weather closing much of the Danube River to shipping and disrupting travel across the region.

Major snowstorm targets Denver area updated: Fri Feb 03 2012 13:15:00

Blizzard conditions whipped through Colorado on Friday, closing some 70 miles of interstate highway as heavy snow blanketed the region, according to the state's Department of Transportation.

Europe death toll rises in big freeze updated: Wed Feb 01 2012 13:52:00

Sub-zero temperatures continued to keep eastern Europe in their grip Wednesday, leading to the deaths of 31 people in Ukraine so far, emergency officials there said.

Europe shivers in grip of deadly cold spellupdated: Tue Jan 31 2012 17:23:00

Eastern Europe shivered Tuesday in the coldest conditions seen this winter, with below-freezing temperatures and heavy snowfall leading to deaths, frostbite and widespread travel disruption.

As snow slows, officials warn of icy roads in Pacific Northwestupdated: Wed Jan 18 2012 22:30:00

Even as snowfall slowed Wednesday in the Pacific Northwest, officials warned that falling temperatures would make roads icy and dangerous for drivers.

Twin winter storms slamming Pacific Northwestupdated: Tue Jan 17 2012 20:59:00

Seattle could see one of its largest snowfalls since the 1940s as twin winter storms move over the Pacific Northwest, according to the National Weather Service.

Snow piling up in Westupdated: Wed Dec 21 2011 15:42:00

Heavy snow continues to hinder travel in much of the West as more winter weather is expected.

Heavy snow threatens parts of Westupdated: Wed Dec 21 2011 15:42:00

A blizzard that roared through much of the southern Rockies and central Plains tapered off Wednesday, but several states were still expected to deal with heavy snow.

Blizzard makes travel 'dangerous' or 'impossible' in parts of West, Midwestupdated: Tue Dec 20 2011 13:13:00

Travel through the southern Rockies into the central Plains "will be dangerous, if not impossible" Tuesday, forecasters warned, as a winter weather system blasts broad swaths of the West and Midwest.

Blizzard pounds West, Midwestupdated: Mon Dec 19 2011 23:29:00

Interstates and highways were shut down Monday night as a large winter weather system brought heavy snow, fierce winds and ice to at least five states in the West and Midwest.

Early snow causes travel woesupdated: Tue Nov 01 2011 23:01:00

CNN's Richard Roth reports from Connecticut as his short flight turns into an all-day ordeal.

Neighbors help each other in aftermath of October snowstormupdated: Tue Nov 01 2011 23:01:00

New Jersey resident Becky Fisher said Tuesday that she's counting the favors she'll now owe her neighbors after a powerful snowstorm left her family and more than a million others without power across the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic states.

Snowstorm leaves millions without powerupdated: Mon Oct 31 2011 21:06:00

A snowstorm leaves parts of the Northeastern U.S. under more than two feet of snow and millions without power.

3 dead, over 2 million without power as snowstorm slams Northeast, Mid-Atlanticupdated: Mon Oct 31 2011 17:03:00

A freak fall snow storm slammed the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast on Saturday, leaving three people dead, more than 2 million households without power and thousands of air travelers stranded.

Here we snow againupdated: Thu Feb 10 2011 12:16:00

A massive winter storm slams much of the United States. CNN's Martin Savidge reports.

Plains and South brace for another winter stormupdated: Tue Feb 08 2011 21:45:00

Snow began falling over Colorado and Kansas on Tuesday as yet another round of winter weather began marching across the United States barely a week after a record-setting winter storm roared across the Midwest.

Worker makes snow angel on runwayupdated: Fri Feb 04 2011 22:02:00

An worker takes a moment to make a snow angel at Dallas Love Field Airport.

CNNMoney: Cashing in on snowstormsupdated: Fri Feb 04 2011 15:42:00

With record amounts of snow blanketing even some of the warmest cities across the nation this winter, an increasing number of companies are protecting themselves by betting on .... snow.

A blizzard for the record booksupdated: Thu Feb 03 2011 21:41:00

Gary Tuchman reports on the havoc caused by a huge blizzard that swept across the country.

Sleet, freezing rain coat Deep Southupdated: Thu Feb 03 2011 21:41:00

A swirl of sleet and freezing rain barreled into the Gulf States Thursday, yet another winter storm carrying frigid weather to a region unaccustomed to the cold.

Monster storm cuts across US heartlandupdated: Wed Feb 02 2011 22:55:00

A vast winter storm brought blizzard conditions and record snowfall to large sections of the Midwestern United States.

Bracing for winter weatherupdated: Tue Feb 01 2011 16:08:00

Snow begins to fall in Fort Wayne, Indiana, as the city braces for a major winter storm.

This week's winter storm could be one for record booksupdated: Sun Jan 30 2011 20:30:00

Chicago was under a blizzard watch late Sunday as portions of the Midwest and Northeast braced for a major storm system that will bring bitter cold and a "long duration" of snow, according to forecasters.

Snow budgets piling upupdated: Fri Jan 28 2011 05:47:00

Record snowfall is digging deep holes in municipal budgets, forcing some towns to get creative. Mary Snow has more.

Florida storm traps woman in carupdated: Thu Jan 27 2011 22:44:00

Storms cause a gas station canopy to collapse in St. Petersburg, Florida, trapping a woman in her car.

Snow rolling from southern Appalachians to Boston; flights canceledupdated: Wed Jan 26 2011 21:03:00

A quick-hitting Northeast snowstorm that began coating the nation's capital Wednesday has forced the cancellation of hundreds of flights for travelers in New England and the Eastern Seaboard, according to airline spokesmen.

Best of iReport winter weatherupdated: Wed Jan 12 2011 19:54:00

Check out the best sights and sounds from CNN iReporters after the first major winter storm of 2011.

Rapid snowfall blankets southeast; icy conditions expectedupdated: Mon Jan 10 2011 18:00:00

As kids in several southern states reveled in school cancellations Monday, travelers bemoaned slow -- and sometimes immobilizing -- conditions in the air and on the ground.

How is wind chill calculated?updated: Mon Jan 10 2011 12:04:00

What does it really mean when my weatherman says that it feels like minus-20 in Chicago? Is there a wind chill thermometer somewhere, or is he just using a mathematical formula?

South braces for wintry stormupdated: Mon Jan 10 2011 01:46:00

A wintry storm prepares to smack Southern states, bringing frigid temperatures, ice and snow.

Travel affected as winter storm rolls across the Southupdated: Mon Jan 10 2011 01:46:00

A major winter storm system was rolling across the southeastern United States early Monday, sending out shocks of snow, freezing rain and sleet, and forcing some airlines to cancel flights.

Southeast braces for winter storm packing snow, wind and iceupdated: Sun Jan 09 2011 09:26:00

A major winter storm is expected to dump snow and ice across the southeastern United States Sunday night and Monday, potentially triggering power outages and possibly impacting travel throughout the country.

Northeast braces for another snowy weekendupdated: Fri Jan 07 2011 11:36:00

With memories of a monster Christmas blizzard still fresh, another blast of winter began charging across eastern states Friday, with snow predicted as far south as middle Georgia.

CNNMoney: Blizzard is 'budget buster' for citiesupdated: Wed Dec 29 2010 12:20:00

A massive snowstorm was the last thing cash-strapped cities needed to ring out 2010.

Christmas travel forecastupdated: Sat Dec 25 2010 22:10:00

CNN's Bonnie Schneider has a look at winter weather and lets us know if it will affect your travel plans.

Boston, NYC face blizzard warnings as storm system barrels northupdated: Sat Dec 25 2010 22:10:00

Snow fell in parts of the southeast Saturday, the leading edge of a powerful storm system that has prompted blizzard warnings in New York City and Boston and threatened to cause major travel headaches at the tail end of the holiday week.

More heavy snow predicted for England as frigid weather blasts Europeupdated: Sat Dec 18 2010 21:15:00

Forecasters say the United Kingdom will remain in the grip of bitter winter weather through at least Monday.

Warming temps in South, but winter storm hammers upper Plainsupdated: Thu Dec 16 2010 16:01:00

Temperatures were slowing warming Thursday across the South, where freezing rain glazed roads with ice, but a sprawling winter storm system remained in place across the upper Plains states.

Snow, ice make life tough in Buffaloupdated: Thu Dec 16 2010 14:34:00

Western New Yorkers are trying to dig their way out of a snowy, icy mess. Affiliate WKBW reports.

Bitter cold, snow strands driversupdated: Wed Dec 15 2010 16:05:00

Cold weather wreaks havoc in Canada stranding hundreds of drivers, and bitter temps linger across the Midwest, North.

Bitter cold lingers as storm moves to Canada, strands hundredsupdated: Tue Dec 14 2010 20:32:00

Canadian police and military teams were working Tuesday afternoon to rescue about 300 people stranded after what a local official termed the most brutal storm to hit the Ontario region in 25 years.

Inside the collapsed Metrodomeupdated: Tue Dec 14 2010 20:32:00

Snow covers the field of the Metrodome in Minneapolis after wintry weather caused the ceiling to collapse.

Snowstorm socks the Midwest, moves eastupdated: Mon Dec 13 2010 18:24:00

From Minnesota to Illinois to even Georgia, there's no escaping the snow.

Pre-winter storm pounds Midwestupdated: Mon Dec 13 2010 14:21:00

Much of the upper Midwest battled blizzard conditions Saturday, with a combination of heavy snow, fierce winds and subzero temperatures pummeling the region 10 days before the official start of winter.

Snow, cold stretches from upper Midwest to Virginiaupdated: Sat Dec 04 2010 23:49:00

Accompanied by unusually cold temperatures, snow fell late Saturday from Minnesota east to Virginia, prompting a series of warnings but few major headaches.

Thundersnow caught on cameraupdated: Sat Dec 04 2010 23:49:00

Meteorologist Bonnie Schneider tells HLN's Robin Meade what it takes to cause this rare phenomenon.

Snow leaves travelers strandedupdated: Fri Dec 03 2010 17:27:00

Snow blankets upstate New York, leaving many people stranded.

New York Thruway: We could have handled snow storm betterupdated: Fri Dec 03 2010 17:27:00

The New York Thruway Authority could have done a better job in dealing with a snowstorm that caused accidents and shut down a section of interstate highway near Buffalo, New York, an agency spokesman said Friday.

Heavy snow strands New York drivers for over 12 hoursupdated: Thu Dec 02 2010 17:36:00

Heavy snow has shut down Interstate 90 near Buffalo, New York, leaving motorists stranded for more than 12 hours as of Thursday morning, with more snow on the way.

Snow closes Gatwick Airportupdated: Thu Dec 02 2010 10:50:00

CNN's Phil Black reports from London's Gatwick Airport on snowfall that's caused travel chaos.

Heavy snow creates European travel chaosupdated: Thu Dec 02 2010 10:50:00

Britain's second-largest airport was closed for a second day Thursday because of unseasonal wintry weather that was also affecting the European continent.

Snow forces closure of London's Gatwick airportupdated: Wed Dec 01 2010 05:04:00

Heavy snow prompted the closure of the runways at London's Gatwick airport at least until Thursday morning, the airport said on its website.

Minnesota's first snow of the seasonupdated: Sat Nov 13 2010 18:43:00

Kids are making the most of Minnesota's first snow of the season by building snowmen and having snowball fights.

Early snow hits Minnesota, Wisconsinupdated: Sat Nov 13 2010 18:43:00

While winter's start remains more than a month away, much of Minnesota and Wisconsin were under a winter storm warning Saturday, with some areas seeing almost a foot of snow.

Spring delayed by snowstormupdated: Sun Mar 21 2010 12:50:00

It won't look like spring in parts of the Midwest thanks to a late season snowstorm. WDAF reports.

Snow, rising waters usher in spring in parts of Midwestupdated: Sun Mar 21 2010 12:50:00

A snow storm on the first day of spring could drop several inches this weekend from New Mexico to Missouri, while farther north, Minnesota and North Dakota brace for the rising waters of the Red River.

Heavy snow hits Northeastupdated: Sat Feb 27 2010 10:03:00

CNN's Susan Candiotti looks at the latest deadly snowstorm to hit the Northeast.

Month's third blizzard pounds Northeastupdated: Thu Feb 25 2010 22:14:00

The Northeast saw its third blizzard of the month on Thursday, with more than two feet of snow piling up in parts of Massachusetts and New York, unleashing yet another wave of school and work closures, dangerous road conditions, and flight cancellations.

Dog rescued from icy pondupdated: Wed Feb 24 2010 22:38:00

Firefighters spent several hours trying to coax a German Shepherd from a frozen pond. News 12 New Jersey reports.

Another major winter storm has Northeast in bull's-eyeupdated: Wed Feb 24 2010 22:38:00

A major nor'easter is expected to bring blizzard conditions to interior New England and heavy rain and near-hurricane-force wind gusts to Northeastern coastal areas Wednesday through Friday.

Weather causes massive accidentupdated: Mon Feb 15 2010 09:53:00

Winter weather is being blamed for a multi-car pile up in Wyandotte County, Kansas.

South's rare snow could be ice by morning, forecasters warnupdated: Sat Feb 13 2010 21:59:00

Forecasters are warning that the melt from Friday's rare snowfall across much of the South could freeze overnight Saturday, creating dangerous conditions.

Alabama gets snowupdated: Fri Feb 12 2010 21:20:00

Mobile County, Alabama got hit with the snow storm that swept through the South. (no audio)

Pittsburgh calls for backupupdated: Wed Feb 10 2010 21:58:00

The National Guard has been called in to help snow-bound residents in Pittsburgh.

D.C. airport still closedupdated: Wed Feb 10 2010 15:02:00

Washington struggles to return to normal as Reagan National Airport remains closed.

Shoveling snow? How to protect your back (and your heart)updated: Wed Feb 10 2010 12:13:00

Since certain parts of the country are in the depths of a "snowmageddon," with more snow predicted, chances are good you might be shoveling a bit -- or a lot.

Can people flee snow in time?updated: Tue Feb 09 2010 17:01:00

CNN's Sarah Lee reports from Reagan International Airport, where jets are poised to fly between snowstorms.

Snow causes more headaches for travelersupdated: Tue Feb 09 2010 17:01:00

Here we go again. Just as travel was getting back to normal after a monster snowstorm in the East that stranded airline passengers over the weekend, more snow is falling, and more frustration is expected at airports across the region.

Snow-weary region expects second wallopupdated: Mon Feb 08 2010 21:15:00

The mid-Atlantic region continued digging out Monday from the weekend's record blizzard, but snow-weary residents learned of a new winter storm due in the area on Tuesday.

Digging outupdated: Sun Feb 07 2010 20:25:00

Cleanup crews have their hands full after a storm dumps up to 2 feet of snow in Maryland.

Hundreds of thousands without power after Eastern snowstormupdated: Sun Feb 07 2010 20:25:00

Michelle Timberlake didn't expect to venture into the weekend blizzard that blanketed much of the mid-Atlantic.

Washington braces for stormupdated: Sun Feb 07 2010 07:55:00

Washington Area residents rush to stock up in case the winter storm shuts things down. CNN Affiliate WJLA reports.

'Snowmageddon' slams mid-Atlantic; utilities race to restore powerupdated: Sun Feb 07 2010 07:55:00

More than 2 feet of snow piled up at the nation's capital as a blizzard pounded mid-Atlantic states Saturday, cutting power to hundreds of thousands in the region in what the president referred to as "Snowmaggedon."

New Jersey faces winter wrathupdated: Sat Feb 06 2010 16:24:00

Heave snow blankets parts of New Jersey.

Delaware, New Jersey brace for blizzard; D.C. area to see heavy snowupdated: Thu Feb 04 2010 20:58:00

New Jersey and Delaware look set for a blizzard starting Friday afternoon, and Washington and Baltimore, Maryland, may experience "near-blizzard conditions" starting Friday, the National Weather Service said Thursday.

Weather affecting East Coastupdated: Sat Jan 30 2010 23:18:00

A look at how weather is impacting businesses, and daily life, on the East Coast.

Winter storm hits mid-South hardupdated: Sat Jan 30 2010 23:18:00

A storm has barreled into the Southeast and sections of the Northeast, coating power lines and roads with ice and leaving thousands without power.

Arizonans dig out from massive snowstormupdated: Thu Jan 28 2010 17:40:00

A bulldozer operator driving along a quiet, snow-covered road inside the Navajo Nation territory in northeast Arizona in recent days saw an unexpected pathway on a hill.

Students brave cold classupdated: Fri Jan 08 2010 21:53:00

Broken heaters forced dozens of Mobile, Alabama, students to bundle up inside the classroom. WKRG reports.

Bitter cold stretches south, but milder weather in forecast for someupdated: Fri Jan 08 2010 21:53:00

Much of the country has turned up the heat during the deep freeze this week, but for some, the icy chill is on its way out.

Food shortages in Scotlandupdated: Fri Jan 08 2010 10:10:00

Bad weather conditions make it tough to get food to villages in parts of Scotland. ITN's David Cowan reports.

Snow-hit UK struggles against big freezeupdated: Fri Jan 08 2010 10:10:00

Europeans faced fresh winter misery Friday as plunging temperatures threw transport networks -- including the Channel Tunnel train service -- into chaos and dwindling cold weather resources raised concerns in a snow-blanketed Britain and other countries.

Arctic blast blamed for deaths, travel delays, school cancellationsupdated: Fri Jan 08 2010 07:47:00

Snow and ice dealt a major blow to U.S. air travel Thursday, while much of the nation shivered from record low temperatures.

Arctic blast sends temperatures plunging across Europeupdated: Thu Jan 07 2010 14:56:00

Severe winter weather continued to cause transport chaos across much of the UK Thursday, while days of heavy snow and plummeting temperatures plunged Europe into a deep freeze.

Check Web before leaving homeupdated: Thu Jan 07 2010 14:56:00

Although conditions have improved at London's Gatwick Airport, CNN's Morgan Neill finds irate passengers remain.

Cold-stricken Florida shiversupdated: Wed Jan 06 2010 19:48:00

CNN's John Zarrella reports the cold snap has Floridians bundled up and the agriculture industry crossing fingers.

States prepare for second arctic blastupdated: Wed Jan 06 2010 19:48:00

A days-long cold spell eased Wednesday, but for much of the nation, even lower temperatures are on the way.

States battered with record lows face more frigid weatherupdated: Tue Jan 05 2010 22:14:00

Another band of frigid weather will blanket the eastern two-thirds of the nation Wednesday, battering states already dealing with record-low temperatures that have been blamed for at least five deaths.

U.S. shivers as temps head lowerupdated: Mon Jan 04 2010 19:01:00

Much of the nation got off to a frigid start to the workweek on Monday and below-freezing temperatures will threaten to break records in parts of the South on Tuesday morning.

Vermonters embrace record snowfallupdated: Mon Jan 04 2010 14:51:00

Chris Giard's kids figured school was going to be closed. After all, a 40-year-old snowfall record was shattered over the weekend, as Burlington, Vermont, saw some 33.1 inches of snow -- the greatest in its history.

Holiday snowstorm hits much of central U.S.updated: Fri Dec 25 2009 17:48:00

The dream of a white Christmas was turning into a nightmare for some as forecasters predicted a heavy snowstorm would continue on Friday across parts of the central United States.

Midwest's white Christmasupdated: Fri Dec 25 2009 17:48:00

More than a foot of snow ensured a white Christmas for much of the country. CNN's Samantha Hayes has this report.

iReporting in a blizzardupdated: Thu Dec 24 2009 22:26:00

As Oklahoma and Texas get battered with blizzard conditions, iReporters are catching it on camera.

Winter storm forces interstates, turnpikes closed in Oklahomaupdated: Thu Dec 24 2009 22:26:00

Oklahoma's governor ordered every state highway, interstate and turnpike closed Thursday night, hours after declaring a statewide emergency because of a major winter storm battering the state and the rest of the central U.S.

Winter storm to blanket Plains, Midwestupdated: Wed Dec 23 2009 23:15:00

A major winter storm bore down on the Great Plains on Wednesday night with the Minneapolis, Minnesota, area "right in the teeth" of it, CNN meteorologist Chad Myers said.

Virginia roads moving despite snowupdated: Mon Dec 21 2009 13:13:00

CNN meteorologist Reynolds Wolf reports on road conditions in Virginia after a massive snowstorm.

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