The La Crosse area is in for a nasty week of wintry weather. Here's the latest forecast, closings and tips to help you stay safe and warm.
The National Weather Service office in La Crosse has the latest forecast information.
On this week's episode, we talk to Todd Shea, a meteorologist at the National Weather Service office in La Crosse, about the deep freeze felt …
COLLEGEVILLE, Minn. — The frigid temperatures this week are keeping Minnesotans indoors — and putting a halt to winter activities, but there’s a bright spot.
Midwestern power company Xcel Energy is warning La Crosse area customers of scammers taking advantage of the extreme cold to steal financial i…
Parts of the US are indeed facing some of the coldest temperatures the country's seen in a generation. But, as cold as it is, all this talk of…
On one of the coldest nights the Midwest has seen in decades, a couple with two young children passing through Alma, Wis., hit a dangerous snag: Their car broke down.
"One has to keep in mind that this is the hottest time of the year for us. The other thing is that this is a very, very dry environment, so that the same temperature here and in Wisconsin may feel a lot colder for you than for us," a researcher wrote.
Your home is your biggest investment. Here are some things you can do to protect your house and keep occupants warm during the frigid weather.
It might be time to add a caveat to the U.S. Postal Service’s unofficial motto: It turns out that bone-chilling, life-threatening cold as low …
MADISON — As Wisconsin temperatures dive to lows we haven’t seen in more than two decades, we remember a University of Wisconsin-Madison grad …
As winter weather impacts the country, it feels like temperatures cannot dip much further. But, what is the coldest day on record in your state? What is the coldest temperature of all time? Find out.
Heavy snow and powerful wind created blizzard-like conditions Monday across parts of the Midwest, prompting officials to cancel about 1,000 fl…
With much of the country experiencing cold temperatures this week, it appears some special precautions are in order. Here are a few items that…
Heavy winter storms, freezing rain, wet snow and even high-speed winds can all lead to power outages. These blackouts can last days and sometimes weeks depending on the severity of the damage, leaving you and your family without heat, light or a means to cook. Here is what you should do before you find yourself without power during the cold, according to tips from the Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency.
If you hate cold weather, a tropical destination can be just the ticket for lifting your spirits. But don’t count out chilly places with lots …