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MSNBC.com: Weather 

More Snow, Sleet and Ice Ahead in New Winter Blast

The governors of Mississippi, Alabama, West Virginia and New Jersey have all declared states of emergency ahead of the next round of winter misery.

Exclusive Drone Footage Over Frozen Niagara Falls

The bitter cold temperatures have turned Niagara Falls into a beautiful series of frozen falls.

Snow Shoveling Gets Heated

A Good Samaritan, shoveling his Ohio neighbor's sidewalk triggers the ire of the next door neighbor, who at first blows snow onto him, then creates a pile to block the sidewalk. WKYC's Mike O'Mara reports.

One Final Storm? Snow, Ice Threaten 47 Million Americans

A winter storm threatened to pelt Kentucky, the Ohio Valley and southern Plains with ice and snow Wednesday before heading for NYC and Washington D.C.

Snow Wars: Ugly Confrontation in Ohio Neighborhood

One neighbor's good deed infuriated another in Eastlake, Ohio. Mike O'Mara of WKYC reports.

Thousands Flee Erupting Chile Volcano

Villarica is one of South America's most active volcanoes.

Winter Weather Advisories Threaten 130 Million Americans

More snow is on the way for cities that are still digging out from the last storm as winter weather advisories are issued across 34 states.

Ice Strands Scientist on Secluded Maine Island

A scientist at the Lobster Conservancy in Maine has remained iced-in on a Secluded island, running low on supplies, for over a month. WCSH's Don Carrigan reports.

'Far-Reaching' Storm to Bring Snow, Chill to Millions

A vast winter storm was moving across much of the frozen U.S. Tuesday, dumping snow on the Rockies, the Great Lakes and as far east as New England.

Youth Hockey Team Escapes Roof Collapse

Youth hockey coaches hailed as heroes for rushing players to safety as ice rink roof collapses during practice. NECN's Jeff Saperstone reports.

More Winter Storms on the Way for Large Swaths of U.S.

Another band of bad weather is moving across the U.S. on Monday, promising powder and another blast of wintry weather after February's record-smashing cold.

Frustrated Boston Residents Wake Up to More Snowfall

As Boston inches closer to breaking an all-time snowfall record, another round of winter storms is threatening 30 states across the country.

Is It Spring Yet? Snowy, Icy Mess Hits Northeast Again

Boston is on the brink of breaking its snowfall record for one season.

This February Was the Coldest Month Ever in Northeast

In some places in the Northeast, it has never been colder in any month.

Snow, Ice Lead to Hundreds of Accidents in Texas

Whiteout conditions and icy roadways created a travel nightmare across Texas, where enough snow fell to blanket the Texas Rangers stadium.

Frozen 'Slurpee' Waves Lick the Shores of Nantucket

The waves captured by a Nantucket photographer are so thick with ice that they've drawn comparisons to "Slurpees."

Beware the Ice of March: More Frigid Records In Jeopardy

It may be almost March, but the brutally cold winter appears unwilling to release much of the nation from its icy grip.

The Week in Pictures

Snow covers the Holy Land, a lion goes for his cleaning, a superstar stumbles and more.

Southern Snowstorm Knocks Out Power, Wipes Out Flights

A fast-moving storm that slammed the Deep South on Wednesday is moving through Washington, D.C., on Thursday morning, leaving a trail of outages.

Snow Storm Strands Hundreds on Alabama Highway

More than a foot of snow fell in Alabama and tens of thousands are still without power in North Carolina as winter continued its assault on the U.S.

Man Survives Being Buried in Snow for Four Hours

Dean Mullins, who became trapped underneath snow after cleaning off his roof, fought to survive. "I wasn't going to go out like that," he later said.

Man Buried in Snow in Front Yard

After cleaning part of his roof off, a New Hampshire man spends four hours buried under a pile of snow that fell and trapped him. WHDH's Anthony Miller reports.

Salt Truck Hits, Kills Man in Tennessee

Tennessee authorities say a state DOT salt truck hit and killed an Iron City man, who was walking along the side of the road. Police say the incident occurred near midnight, in heavy snow.

Storm-Slammed South Braces for More Snow, Ice

Winter weather dumped snow on a region unaccustomed to it Wednesday, while bitterly cold temperatures are forecast from Fargo to Pittsburgh this week.

Slip Slidin' Away: Watch Tennessee's Nighttime Sledders

Downtown Chattanooga Park swamped by people intent on enjoying themselves after Tennessee blanketed by four to eight inches of snow.

Snow Shuts Down Southern Cities as More Cold Grips North

Winter weather dumped snow on a region unaccustomed to it Wednesday, while bitterly cold temperatures are forecast from Fargo to Pittsburgh this week.

Fuel Prices Heat up as Temperatures Drop

The days of $2 gasoline are probably over as the average prices of gas in the U.S. has risen every day for the last 32 days.

Winter Storms Put Cities Across South on Lockdown

Boston surpassed 100 inches of snow for the season and major cities across the South shut down as the winter weather continues to wreak havoc.

N.C. Governor: We are Anticipating a Very, Very Tough Storm

North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory says he is anticipating the winter storm heading the state's way to be "very, very tough."

Not This Time! Atlanta Plans to Avoid More Snow Paralysis

The mayor asks people to follow a schedule and get home by 4 p.m.


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