This dude just earned himself a PhD in skating on black ice. Clearly, it's winter out there, which means cold temperatures will occasionally bring ice and snow to a neighborhood near you. But black ice is an especially treacherous obstacle to both vehicles and pedestrians, considering its virtually invisible.
Nothing like a completely avoidable disaster to totally ruin your expensive cruise. The massive cruise ship Norwegian Breakaway departed New York on Dec. 29, 2017, as it does nearly every week. But this time was different, thanks to the massive bomb cyclone winter storm that rocked the
Temperatures dipped so low in Maine this weekend that a man was spotted ice skating — at the beach. Peter and Sandra Lekousi were out for a chilly stroll on Long Sands Beach in York on Sunday when they spotted the odd scene, according to the Boston
Here's some beach footage that won't make you want to put on a swimsuit. On Sunday, YouTube user Ryan Canty uploaded drone and on-the-ground video of the frozen Old Silver Beach near his grandmother's home in North Falmouth, Massachusetts. Now, despite the videos' titles — "Entire Ocean Frozen,
Snow caused a massive crash involving dozens of vehicles on a New York highway on Tuesday afternoon. The entire eastbound side of I-90 outside Buffalo was closed after a car accident caused a huge, multi-car pileup. Facebook user Kadire Flowers filmed a portion of the accident from the westbound side
(CNN)You can dream of ringing in the New Year, blissfully walking in a winter wonderland. But you'll probably end up just trying to find shelter from the big Arctic freeze.It's close-the-ice-hockey-rinks coldCold and hockey are as Canadian as maple syrup, so something has gone haywire if Canadians are running
Winds lashing the coastal city of Fajardo as Hurricane Maria approaches Puerto Rico.Image: RICARDO ARDUENGO/AFP/Getty ImagesHurricane Maria — the intense Category 4 storm that's reached peak winds of 175 miles — made landfall in Puerto Rico on Wednesday. SEE ALSO: Hurricane Maria may be the most destructive storm in
A rare weather system surprised beachgoers in California last week. An impressive cloud briefly invaded Natural Bridges Beach in Santa Cruz, making the picturesque beach look like the impending apocalypse. The system, called a roll cloud, is a "low-level, horizontal, tube-shaped arcus cloud," according to the Meteorology