- Henderson apple growers optimistic about cold Updated: Apr-18-14 6:40 am
- Freeze leaves Florida Panhandle with dead trees Updated: Apr-16-14 12:16 pm
- Cold snap gives Fort Wayne record low temperature Updated: Apr-16-14 7:56 am
- Oklahoma's 8-month streak without tornado ends Updated: Apr-14-14 3:37 pm
- Mid-April freeze threatens fruit trees Updated: Apr-14-14 2:53 pm
- Cold front brings erratic weather to Texas Updated: Apr-14-14 12:40 pm
- January cold snap spells doom for many palms Updated: Apr-07-14 5:56 am
- La. deer harvest up 10 percent over last season Updated: Mar-24-14 12:27 pm
HENDERSONVILLE, North Carolina - The colder than usual winter may have helped save the apple crop in western North Carolina.
PENSACOLA, Florida - From airports to hotels to schools and churches, non-native palm and fruit trees are a popular and costly part of landscaping throughout Florida's Panhandle. Nowadays those trees are mostly brown and withering because of the region's unusually cold winter.
FORT WAYNE, Indiana - It really is colder than it has been in a long time for mid-April across Indiana.
TULSA, Oklahoma - Oklahoma's eight-month streak without a tornado - the second-longest period since record-keeping began in 1950 - was snapped this weekend by a pair of suspected twister touchdowns, but the state's wild weather continued into Monday, blowing snow from the Panhandle to Tulsa and prompting overnight freeze warnings.
ST. LOUIS - The winter that just won't quit has one more punch for the nation's Heartland - a cold front bringing a brief return to sub-freezing weather, creating concerns for growers of apples, peaches, grapes and other fruit.
DALLAS - A cold front has brought snow to the Texas Panhandle, hail to the central part of the state and forecasts for freezing conditions accompanied by strong winds.
PENSACOLA, Florida - A cold snap in January has left hundreds of damaged and dead palm trees in the Florida Panhandle.
NEW ORLEANS - Much to the chagrin of Louisiana's anglers, this long winter that has officially ended but still refuses to die had one distinguishing characteristic: Its cold fronts almost always welcomed the weekends.