The observation deck in the Mount Washington Observatory in New Hampshire has gotten very windy. The video description explains that a few of the Weather Observers that work there went outside to check it out:
Weather Observers Mike Dorfman and Tom Padham took a brief break this morning to enjoy the windy and wintry conditions on the observation deck. Winds so far have topped out at 109 mph, with gusts near the century mark expected through this afternoon.
While covering the snowstorm in New York City, CNN spoke with Steven Tyler and his daughter Mia, who just happened to wander by. Since famous people can sometimes influence the masses, the anchor asked them at the end of the interview if they had any wise words for the people at home considering venturing out in the snow.
Their advice? Just stay home where there's HOT CHOCOLATE AND FAMILY HUGS.
'Good deeds don't go unpunished,' demonstrated Mother Nature, or Jack Frost.
24-year-old Matthew Bove hit Twitter Monday morning to share a spectacular photo, which depicts an impossible stroke of bad luck. Or this dude dipped overcharged his karma bank recently. Either way Bove made the safe decision to leave his car overnight by a bar him and his friends had spent their evening at. So Kudos to Bove for making the right call.
What you see here is the icy aftermath of what's called the lake-effect phenomenon. This takes place when a cold front absorbs moisture as it passes over a big, warm body of water, and then tends to produce absurd amounts of snowfall.
For a moment there we thought this might be the latest in a string of prior Jimmy Kimmel vs. John Krasinski & Emily Blunt pranks. In case you were unaware those two star-studded teams have been exchanging Christmas-wrapped cars for blows in an epic ongoing prank war.
In Mustang, Oklahoma a snow storm is melting away. This includes a sheet of ice that became a perfect copy of the sign it's sliding off of. The image of this phenomenon was shared on social media to much debate, with some people questioning how the ice melted in the shape of the letters.
Elsewhere in Oklahoma, other ice signs have also been spotted.