Category - United States


US: Mass. snow storm: Boston Flood watch

Here it comes. Beginning tonight, the storm lumbering toward Massachusetts will bring up to 10 inches of wet cement-like snow in some areas, major coastal flooding in others, and strong, gusty winds across the state through Friday morning, the National Weather Service said today. On the coast, strong northeast winds between 20 and 40 miles […]


Chicago: snow beginning Mar 5 after midnight

Chicago Tribune: 8:46 a.m. CST, March 4, 2013 Chicago could be hit with up to 10 inches of snow by midweek, adding another slap of reality in a winter that started out balmy. The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning for northern Illinois and northwest Indiana for 3 a.m. to midnight Tuesday. […]


New York City: flight delays due to weather

e-travel alerts: Newark, NJ – Due to weather, departure traffic destined to Newark International Airport, (EWR) is currently experiencing delays averaging 1 hour and 5 minutes. New York City, NY – Due to weather, arriving traffic for La Guardia Airport (LGA) are being delayed an average of 1 hour and 53 minutes. Read more:


Kansas City, Missouri: airport closed

etravel alerts:- Kansas City, MO – Charles B. Wheeler Downtown Airport in downtown Kansas City is closed due to snow. The airport is expected to reopen is Feb 26 at 23:59 UTC.


Winter Storm from US plains moving east February 25, 2013; 9:12 AM After a blizzard brings parts of the Plains to a halt on Monday, snow will reach and accumulate several inches in Chicago on Tuesday. The same storm bringing a blizzard to places from Amarillo, Texas, to Kansas City, Mo., on Monday will drop 3-6 inches of snow on Chicago […]


USA: snow storm moving east

NBC: A winter storm moved east on Friday after hammering the Great Plains, and more than a dozen states were forecast to be hit in the coming days. Accidents were reported across the region, with one death: An Oklahoma teenager was killed when his pickup truck skidded across a slushy road. By evening, more than […]