Travel advisory in effect as snow falls across the Tri-State

NEW YORK CITY (WABC) – After a mild Saturday, temperatures took a plunge overnight and brought snow early Sunday morning. One to three inches of snow were expected to areas north and west of New York City. Most of the accumulation will be on non-paved surfaces. The New York City Emergency Management Department issued a … Read more

Behold, The Most Accurate Virtual Simulation of Our Universe to Date

In the Cosmic Calendar, which maps the chronology of the Universe across a single Earth year, modern humans don’t appear until the very last minute of December 31. Everything we understand about the evolution of the Universe, we’ve had to piece together. We simply haven’t been around for pretty much any of the 13.7 billion-year … Read more

Toronto issues extreme cold weather alert as deep freeze threatens the city

The start of February has given Toronto a slight reprieve from a spell of intensely-bitter cold, but it looks like the short stretch of comparatively mild days has drawn to a close, the city issuing yet another extreme cold weather alert (ECWA) on Thursday morning. Environment and Climate Change Canada is forecasting a steady drop … Read more