On Thursday morning, Martha Stewart awoke to the blizzard just like every other person in the New York area. But unlike myself—who put sweatpants over my pajamas and kind of blindly felt my way down Houston to the Whole Foods where, unlike my fridge, the milk is unexpired—Martha had a pleasant morning. She took her…
It is snowing in New Hampshire. Like, so hard.
Have you ever contemplated how a Tyrannosaurus rex would tackle the task of shoveling snow? I must admit that I haven’t given it much thought, even under the influence. But now that we have this video, the world can behold an industrious—if rather effete—dinosaur, a Sisyphus for the blizzard-bound.
As the biggest and most important news the nation has ever faced, Winter Blizzard 2016 is, obviously, being livestreamed on House Speaker Paul Ryan’s personal YouTube page, from the vantage point of the Speaker’s balcony. But more intriguing than the act of watching snow (not) fall gently into a haze of inclement…
It’s currently December 9. And, uh, has anybody seen our snow?
I cannot stop watching this.
With every promise of inclement weather comes a new batch of people just trying to feel something meaningful in this literal cold world. Here are their stories, links included when still available, in case someone strikes your fancy with their cries for sex under the guise that they will deliver you a very special,…
During the cold Chicago winters, residents of the Windy (and also wet) City call "dibs" on parking spots by shoveling them out and and placing garbage cans and lawnchairs on them. That's what the parents of Gabriela Guzman, a 5-year-old who's on a ventilator and needs around-the-clock care, did for the child's nurses…
In the history of time, there have been some mind-bending sights to behold. But up until now, no human being has ever seen anything quite this stunningly surreal. Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you a cat enjoying the snow.
Does the winter already suck where you live? This story might make all that snow and ice it a teeny bit more bearable.
It's pretty damn chilly across America right now. But it's Western New York that's really getting slammed, with feet and feet and feet of snow stacking up until everybody's backyard looks like The Long Winter. This is what happens when nobody remembers to check those muskrat nests.
In a video that history will forever remember as "Jumpin' Jesus," a man from Newfoundland found out the hard way just how unforgiving Mother Nature can be.
If you're in the Southeast or the Northeast, things are a little crazy outside.
"First," says Lucas Heiberger, "you put three ice cubes in each toilet of your house." The New York City fifth grader was interviewed this morning for NBC News' storm coverage, during which he revealed his "formula" that he believes helps get school cancelled for a snow day.
At this point, most of us are pretty done with winter. Not this panda, though! This panda still loves snow like you love mimosas in the sunshine.
What are you complaining about, silly human imprisoned in your home by ten feet of snow? These dogs want to get down and get funky with the snow, so what's your hangup?
This is some Game of Thrones Long Winter shit right here. WBEZ Chicago posted this on their Facebook page last night:
It isn't often that Atlanta, Georgia sees a lot of snow, but that changed this holiday season for the kids of Children's Healthcare of Atlanta, a pediatric hospital, where the staff arranged a special surprise snowfall for the patients on the evening of December 2nd.
[DALLAS, TX - DECEMBER 06: Icicles form on a barricade in front of the Dallas skyline on December 6, 2013 in Dallas, Texas. The ice storm that has hit North Texas has left over 250,000 residents and businesses without power and has led to more than 1,700 flight delays and cancellations across the country. (Photo by…
Dog Kari runs through the snow on the Wurmberg mountain in Braunlage, northern Germany, Sunday Feb. 3, 2013. Weather forecasts predict colder temperatures for the next days. (AP Photo/dpa, Philipp Schulze)