Most of U.S. covered with snow after massive winter storms
ORLANDO, Fla. – Rounds of significant winter weather have forced most of the US into a deep freeze. Following a historic snowstorm earlier in the week that brought heavy snow from Seattle to Texas and into the Great Lakes region, nearly 75 percent of the country has snow on the ground. AdThe snow made it all the way down to the Gulf Coast in Texas Monday. pic.twitter.com/Lj3eWUf2y0 — Justin Stapleton (@KPRC2Justin) February 15, 2021More snow and ice will be likely across the Deep South and Mid Atlantic through the upcoming weekend. How many inches of snow fell in your area?
Winter keeps stranglehold on much of U.S. with coast-coast snow, ice and bitter cold
ORLANDO, Fla. – This will be one of those weeks of winter when the rest of the nation looks at Florida with disgust. While much of the nation is dealing with an Arctic outbreak, Florida will sit this round of winter out. This storm will then dive south into the Southern Plains bringing with it more snow and ice. Snow and ice will once again be likely the Mississippi River Valley and Mid Atlantic as a result of the same storm Monday and Tuesday. Florida may get in on the winter fun by next weekend with a little more cold spilling down the peninsula.
Massive winter storm expected to bring snow, ice to Mid-Atlantic, Northeast
Up to two feet of snow is possible in parts on the northeast. ORLANDO, Fla. – The winter storm that extends from the Canadian border to the Gulf of Mexico is ramping up for parts of the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast. Future radarUp to two feet of snow is possible from Southeast Pennsylvania to New Jersey, New York and Massachusetts. A winter storm watch covers all of Massachusetts, Vermont and Maine with the potential for heavy snow arriving late Monday. This snow and ice is part of a system that will bring another blast of cold air to Central Florida Monday.
US Forest Service police dog survives second stabbing attack
In this Aug. 28, 2020, photo provided by the USDA Forest Service, is an 11-year-old Belgian Malinois named Ice, a highly decorated U.S. Forest Service police dog, the day after he suffered nine stab wounds during a marijuana raid in Northern California. (USDA Forest Service via AP)SACRAMENTO, Calif. A highly decorated U.S. Forest Service police dog suffered nine stab wounds during a marijuana raid in Northern California. What's more, it's the second time the dog, an 11-year-old Belgian Malinois named Ice, recovered after being seriously injured on the job. The dog, which had been wearing a protective vest, was released later that afternoon, and federal prosecutors are still considering charges. Ice had multiple stab wounds that were more severe during a similar raid in 2016, the agency said.