Fire officials said more than 10 feet of snow was on the gas meters when the explosions occurred.
In some areas, the season's average last snowfall might be later than you think. Many parts of the U.S. can still see snow well into the spring.
A brutal winter storm knocked out power in California, closed interstate highways from Arizona to Wyoming and prompted more than 1,200 flight cancellations Wednesday — and the worst won't be over for several days.
The NWS in Portland/Gray, Maine, said an unusual phenomenon for its area of responsibility is possible Friday night as the tropopause could dip below the peak of Mount Washington, the highest summit in the northeastern U.S.
After their granddaughter reported them missing, search and rescue teams worked 87 hours and searched 1,300 miles of roads.
Mountain View Fire Rescue said it was an unusual call for help and it took a team effort to pull the animal to safety.
Officers were dispatched Saturday to the home where they found the unidentified woman deceased in the driveway.
A major storm system could spread snow from Texas through Maine, bringing a possible end to the snow deficit many cities are seeing so far this winter.
Authorities in Washington state said the attempt to pull the moose to safety was a calculated decision.
Video shows the boat practically buried in ice.
Allowing your car to warm up in cold weather for a few minutes can lower fuel efficiency while hurting the engine's performance.
The dead have been found in their cars, homes and in snowbanks. Some died while shoveling snow.
First responders had to abandon ambulances due to white out conditions in Erie County, where at least seven people died during the Christmas blizzard.
Nearly 94 million were under Wind Chill advisories on Christmas morning from North Dakota to Miami.
Both FedEx and UPS said the safety of its drivers remains a top priority following the winter weather blast.
The winter storm has created travel nightmares for millions of Americans trying to reach their destination for the Christmas holiday.
At least one person is reportedly dead and several others injured after a multi-vehicle pile-up amidst a blizzard in Ohio.
"We don't even want to be parked in it, you definitely don't want to be driving in it," the National Weather Service warned -- with video to prove their point.
A local Iowa sports reporter assigned to reporting on the blizzard conditions currently gripping the Midwest turned heads online Thursday with a clip of his hilariously grumpy reactions to having to be outside in the cold for the job.
With a blizzard sweeping across the Plains, Midwest and Great Lakes and potentially deadly, cold temperatures following, millions across the U.S. are at risk of power outages.