My continued investigation into my own weather memories brought me face-to-face with an ominous warning on climate change.
I have haunting memories of a snowstorm on a Thanksgiving weekend when I was 11. I decided to research that event, and here's what I found.
How do blizzards get immortalized in history? The answer says more about humans than it does about weather.
How a Christmas blizzard and an empty house became a rumination on existence and the meaning of time.
The snow that struck the Pacific Northwest in December 2008 turned my Christmas into a bizarre and lonely odyssey. Here's my story.
Old-timers still remember the great storm that buried the Midwest 40 years ago this week. For Omaha it was one of two disasters from the skies in 1975.
This was one of the few times when the term "Storm of the Century" was probably deserved.
This is still the one the old-timers talk about.
Seventy-three years ago today, on November 11, 1940, the U.S. upper Midwest suffered one of the very worst blizzards in its history--and a very unique [...]