While the snow was on the ground for much of the winter, there has been a distinct trend to less spring snow cover.
While this winter was colder than average here, the same can't be said for the arctic.
The Cherry Blossoms around the Washington Monuments and Tidal Basin are a little later than usual this year. The date of the blossoms do change with the climate.
March was a cold, but relatively dry month.
A major earthquake struck off of the coast of Chile and has triggered a tsunami.
As we think of spring cleaning, let's also think of keeping the environment safe.
Pollen season is upon us but are changes in our climate changing the allergy season?
As the weather warms and the snow melts, our attention starts to think about spring planting.
Ski season is going strong into March.
It has been a cold winter here in Central Pennsylvania, but was it cold for everyone?
Sochi is among the warmest cities to have hosted the Winter Olympics. How are they pulling it off?
PennDOT has reduced the speed limit on some area roads with snow returning.
Here is a summary of snow reports from viewers and the National Weather Service.
The latest round of winter weather is impacting much of the region with snow and slick roads.
PennDOT has reduced the speed limit on some major routes to 45 mph.
Birds have smart strategies for surviving cold weather.
Hundreds of thousands of PA residents lost power from Wednesday's storm.
What is the climate like for the host location of this year's Winter Olympics?
Normal speed limits are slowly being restored to major roadways.
Communities are asking drivers move their cars from streets so they can be cleared.
Meteorologist Steve Newton explains how snow totals could drop once snow changes to sleet and freezing rain.
More than half a foot of snow fell in some places from the latest winter storm.
The reduction is to the speed limit plow trucks operate.
While Punxsutawney Phil lives a sheltered life, what do the other groundhogs do during our harsh winters?
Less than 3" of snow crippled one of the nation's largest cities earlier this week.
Beet juice is becoming a safe deicer for roads.
Despite the recent cold weather locally, the numbers for 2013 show more of the planet warm then cold.
See some of the images viewers emailed in to WTAJ of what they saw from this weekend's snowstorm.
For the first time since 1993, the number of record lows nationwide has outnumbered the number of record highs.
This is likely the best start to the ski season in about a decade.
LED lightning can give you as bright of a show without risk or spending as much.
November was a colder and snowier than average. How does it stack up to past Novembers?
Team coverage from the ice storm as it moved through the region Tuesday night.
Yesterday's tornado outbreak will go down as one of the worst November outbreaks in history.
What will our winter be like this year?
Chief Meteorologist shares a few of the maps that help him decide the wintercast.
Dawn Pellas sits down with Joe Murgo to preview tonight's Wintercast.
It was a wet but warm October.
Weather Watcher Ken Eicher shares his weather observations for Homewood Spring House Estates in Everett.
People on the east coast will get a chance to view the event.
If the clouds break, a penumbral lunar eclipse will be visible in our area.
Weather doesn't seem like it will be an issue for the homecoming game at Beaver Stadium.
Create more free time this fall! Instead of bagging leaves & grass clippings, put them to use in your yard.
In some places, the leaves don't look quite as vibrant as recent autumns. Is there a reason?
Tropical Storm Karen has formed in the Gulf. Chief Meteorologist discusses how it can help to give us a little rainfall.
We've had an unusually warm and dry end of September and start of October. Does this effect leaf color?
Did you know that October is Children's Health Month?
September brought warm days, cool nights and a lot of dry days.
The President Declares Disaster for Pennsylvania
You can visit a National Park free this Saturday, September 28th.