It’s been typical late fall weather, and that means the weather is anything but consistent.
Crews working to restore power for more than 4,000 local utility customers encountered new difficulties Friday.
Many Hampden and Franklin County residents still without power Thanksgiving Day.
Massachusetts residents were sloshing their way through a messy winter storm that descended on the state on the day many people take to the …
Massachusetts isn’t the only state dealing with the aftermath of the winter storm Wednesday night.
A massive winter storm has slowed Thanksgiving travel to a crawl along the East Coast.
Snow made driving difficult for Western Mass. drivers on Wednesday, and Hampshire County was no exception.
Several thousand western Massachusetts residents are spending their Thanksgiving without power.
Storm or no storm, this is the busiest time of the year for bus and train travel in Springfield and other cities across the country.
Here is a look at official snowfall totals from the National Weather Service, as of 9:00 P.M.
The snowstorm just before Thanksgiving had people out getting shovels and snow blowers.
Early morning flights largely got off the ground with no problem, but delays have started to pile up along with the snow.
Heavy rainfall leads to flood warnings on Western Washington rivers and the evacuation of Mount Rainier National Park.
22News production assistant Adam Woznikowski sent us this video of snow falling in Wilbraham through our Report It feature.
Snow is sticking to grassy surfaces, cars, and roads all across western Massachusetts, making for slippery conditions.
Speeds are reduced on the Massachusetts Turnpike between Ludlow and the New York state line in West Stockbridge.
A Nor’easter is bringing heavy snow to western Massachusetts, on the busiest travel day of the year!