After the blizzard, the East Coast digs out under sunny sky
Winter Weather Massachusetts Bill McKelvey, of Scituate, Mass., uses a snow blower to clear snow in front of his home, Sunday, Jan. 30, 2022, in Scituate. More than 100,000 lost power at the height of the storm, mostly in Massachusetts. Warren, Rhode Island got more than 2 feet (61 centimeters), and Norwich, Connecticut finished with 22 inches (56 centimeters). The Boston area's modern snowfall record for a winter storm is 27.6 inches (70 centimeters), set in 2003. The city tied its record for biggest single-day snowfall on Saturday, with 23.6 inches (60 centimeters), the National Weather Service said.wftv.com
Massive blizzard set to bury Northeast in snow, send bone-chilling cold to Florida
Parts of the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic are gearing up for several feet of snow, while parts of the South are getting ready for the coldest air in years. Through Friday, off of the Carolinas, a storm system will start to strengthen as it lifts north. Over the weekend, the storm is set to explode, potentially dropping more than two feet of snow in spots along the East Coast.
Two albino alligators produced eggs in this Florida city
Snowflake and Blizzard are two albino alligators who have mated and produced eggs. Wild Florida Airboats and Gator Park in Florida are working to nurture those eggs and keep them safe until they're ready to hatch. In Kenansville, Fla., Snowflake and Blizzard, two albino alligators in the care of Wild Florida Airboats and Gator Park, recently mated and produced eggs, WFTV 9 ABC reported. Nineteen albino alligator eggs were collected and moved to another location separate from Snowflake and Blizzards exhibit for safety, according to the report. Wild Florida officials say theyll be monitoring the growth of what they hope will be new albino alligators.dailycommercial.com
19 albino alligator eggs are at Florida animal park
(CNN) - Two albino alligators at a Florida animal park are the proud parents of 19 gator eggs, and park officials are hoping for a bounty of the rare white creatures. The eggs were discovered this month at Wild Florida Airboats and Gator Park, about an hour's drive south of Orlando. Park officials crossed their fingers for a possible mating between the two and got their wish when they noticed the gators' changing behavior going into mating season. Because they are really, really rare, we want to pull them and just ensure they get every chance they can to hatch out and be successful," Biddle said in a video on the park's Facebook page. Park officials say that with the incubator, the eggs' chances of viability jump from about 60% to about 95%.
East Coast blizzard claims over 28 lives
East Coast blizzard claims over 28 lives The record-breaking blizzard that slammed the East Coast continues to claim lives. At least 28 people died from car accidents, heart attacks, and carbon monoxide poisoning. Officials are urging people to stay vigilant during the clean up. Kris Van Cleave reports from Washington, D.C., where two feet of snow fell.cbsnews.com
1/23: Massive blizzard slams East Coast; Why stampede for milk and bread when preparing for storms?
A powerful blizzard is dumping historic amounts of snow on the Eastern Seaboard and has shut down the country's most populous city; it's a snowstorm tradition: run to the grocery store and grab all the bread and milk you cancbsnews.com
Why the blizzard forecast was so off for the Blizzard of 2015
Why the blizzard forecast was so off for the Blizzard of 2015 The National Weather Service dramatically overestimated the amound of snow for New York and other areas for the Blizzard of 2015. "Weather Underground" meteorologist Jeff Masters joins CBSN's Christine Johnson and Vladimir Duthiers to discuss what went wrong with the forecast.cbsnews.com
Arctic blast takes aim at millions
Arctic blast takes aim at millions Blizzard watches have been issued for parts of New England as a powerful storm system moves towards the Northeast. The storm is expected to bring high winds and snow accumulation from a few inches to a foot of snow Tuesday into Wednesday. CBS Chicago station WBBM's meteorologist Megan Glaros tracks the latest.cbsnews.com