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Archive - 2010 - Blog entry

A December to remember! Looking back at the record setting month

Good riddance! That's what many of us would say to the chilly December 2010 as we kick it to the curb heading into 2011.

Totally snowed in - literally. The Northeast blizzard in pictures.

Sometimes we throw around the term "snowed in" a little loosely, just as something to say when we are staying home from work or school due to bad weather.

SNOW! Recapping the white Christmas weekend - plus a look at the week ahead

You wished for snow? You got it! Well, as long as you live in the right spot.

Ok... It's been cold - but HOW cold?

Over the past few weeks of seemingly endless cold, I think we've become dumb to how out of the ordinary this streak of frigid weather is.

So you want to live in Minnesota?

Over the next several days, we will spend a lot of time talking about just how cold it is here (and with good reason), but sometimes is does some good to look elsewhere at how much worse it could

Uh-oh. Next week looks to be COLDER than this one??

I've been watching the models trends very closely here over the past couple of days looking for any sign of a warmup - and there's good news and bad news.

Nobody Can Escape this cold! Not even Florida

Frosty, freezing, frigid, raw, crisp, crippling, chilly, or just plain cold - any way you say it, the cold weather is what has people talking, and with good reason!


Our infant son recently endured his first stomach virus. In the grand tradition of stomach viruses, it hit him at the worst possible place and time.

Get used to the cold, it's here to stay!

A lot of times during the late fall and early winter winter cold spells are followed quickly by warm ups -- not the case this time!

Stranded in the Snow: The Lake Effect Machine's assault on Buffalo!

After seeing mild temperatures and flooding rains Wednesday morning, Buffalo, NY saw cold winds kick up major snows off of Lake Erie after the cold front passed -- and it hasn't been pretty.