Storm blankets Midwest in snow, moves toward Northeast

A winter storm covered a large portion of the Midwest and Plains on Sunday, causing people to reconsider their Super Bowl plans.


Cold weather returns; snow predicted for weekend

The National Weather Service says a cold front is headed to mid-Missouri, bringing with it a wintery mix that may complicate mid-Missourians' travel plans.


Boston bounces back, digs out from blizzard's 2 feet of snow

Meteorologists had warned that Boston would get more than 2 feet of snow by Tuesday night, and the National Weather Service said the city ended up with 24.4 inches, the sixth-highest total on record. Other areas received around 2 to 3 feet, pretty much as predicted.

Columbia could tie record-low snowfall for January

The city has had well below average snowfall not only for January but also for the winter season.

'Wicked storm': Blizzard dumps 2 feet of snow on New England

Politicians defend ban on travel in the aftermath of heavy winter storm.

UPDATE: Snowstorm threatens to paralyze the crowded Northeast

More than 7,700 flights in and out of the Northeast were canceled, and many of them may not take off again until Wednesday. Schools and businesses let out early. Government offices closed. Shoppers stocking up on food jammed supermarkets and elbowed one another for what was left. Broadway stages went dark.

Freezing rain, drizzle predicted for Columbia

There was a 60 percent chance of precipitation Sunday and a 20 percent chance of precipitation Monday, according to the National Weather Service. A winter weather advisory was issued from 8 a.m. Sunday to 6 a.m. Monday.

UPDATE: Winter's chill returns, but little snow

The cold air that moves in this week is the first true taste of winter for much of the nation, so there's a chance people aren't prepared. Dress properly and remember that below-freezing temperatures can cause hypothermia, said Michael Musher of the National Weather Service.

As the temperature drops, snow could fall Saturday night

Drivers were urged to take special caution on roads, which could be slippery from freezing rain and snow.

Q&A: Drones might help show how tornadoes form

Drones can penetrate parts of weather systems that other instruments can't reach, and they can do it at less cost and with less danger than piloted planes, the scientists say.

Snow is expected during Thursday's morning commute

Total accumulation is anticipated to be between 1 to 2 inches.

Columbia enjoys near-record December warmth before return of cold, snow

Sunday's high fell 2 degrees short of the Columbia record for Dec. 14, but residents didn't let that stop them from soaking up the sun.

Mudflows spur evacuations in Southern California

Dangerous storm system causes accidents, evacuations and fatalities.

Storms take over evening news in America

Ginger Zee, ABC's meteorologist, is the most-seen correspondent on evening network newscasts.

U.N. weather agency says 2014 is on track for hottest year

The global average temperature from January to October was 1.03 degrees Fahrenheit above average, the World Meteorological Organization said. 2014 is currently tied with 2010 for record heat levels.

Columbia could match record-setting cold Tuesday

The National Weather Service was forecasting a low of 8 degrees in Columbia for early Tuesday, which matches the lowest temperature on record for the date.

Columbia prepares for possible first snowfall of season

With snow expected throughout the day Saturday, crews have already started preparing primary roads and potential problem areas for the first snowfall.

Cold and forecast snow welcome weather for deer opener

First accumulating snow of the season expected on Saturday afternoon with around one to two inches forecast.

Cold weather from northern states headed for Columbia

An Arctic blast fueled by Typhoon Nuri and the polar vortex was already dropping heavy snow in the northern plains.

Arctic air moves toward Columbia

Columbia residents can expect to see temperatures drop into the low 3os by Monday night.