At-home evaporators sold out, and attention to the maple sugaring classifieds surged.
“Spring ahead” will come as an even bigger relief than usual after a year of lockdown.
Walk like a penguin: Turn your feet slightly outward and take short, flat-footed steps.
Community wood banks, like food banks, help people in need. Climate change is shaping their role.
These organizations are providing food, supplies and shelter to devastated communities. If you want to give aid, here are some research pointers.
Months of stress have left us exhausted, limited and wrung out. But even the iciest winters thaw eventually.
Readers urge greater use of renewable energy and less reliance on fossil fuels.
The police responded to a Fred Meyer grocery store in Portland that had tossed its refrigerated food after a winter storm knocked out power throughout the city, infuriating residents.
The coast-to-coast storm brought heavy snow and frigid temperatures as well as prompted rolling blackouts.
The harsh weather was a prelude to another winter storm that is expected to bring more snow, sleet and freezing rain to over 100 million Americans over the next several days.
Recent pileups in Iowa and Texas amid severe winter weather have analysts and traffic experts issuing vital reminders about how to stay safe. One common refrain: Slow down.
Despair in the winter months can point to a serious condition. Experts recommend light boxes, earlier wake-up times and therapy.
“You’re not going to be jeté-ing across Central Park in the snow,” but you are going to move and be with other dancers.
Tips from an expert for properly storing your bike and giving it the maintenance it needs in the colder weather. You might even be able to cycle all winter if you dress for the occasion.
As biking was to spring, snowshoeing is to winter as exercisers adapt to cold weather.
As the song goes, there’s no place like home for the holidays. Wherever you are, you can embrace the coziness of the season like Québécois do.
One day that has room for three distinct astronomical events.
The right gear, a little planning and practicing for the cold temperatures can help you take celebrations outdoors to avoid Covid-19.
Monday is the winter solstice. The next day will be brighter, and the next day will be brighter still.
Times are tough now, but the end is in sight. If we hunker down, keep our families safe during the holidays and monitor our health at home, life will get better in the spring. Here’s how to get through it.
Snow biking near Seattle, winter bird-watching near New York and seven other cold-weather activities near large U.S. cities.
Lessons from Lewis and Clark.
Watching my 13-year-old son fling himself off a mountain has been keeping me grounded in the pandemic.
In New York City and elsewhere, classes will be held online no matter how bad storms are this year in a shift that makes some parents wistful.
Despite early worries, flu patients are not competing with Covid-19 patients for ventilators, and the threat of dueling outbreaks may be waning.
America hasn’t begun to face this year’s mental health crisis.
A new study has found that cold-weather drownings are increasing sharply in warmer parts of the Northern Hemisphere.
U.S. airlines expect Thanksgiving to be their busiest period since the pandemic began. But with new virus fears, a return to normal is nowhere in sight.
The tradition of flocking to Florida and other sunny shores for the winter, usually by retirees, looks different this year.
My British upbringing taught me that socializing outdoors shouldn’t stop when rain falls and temperatures drop.
This winter the pandemic is expected to intensify the depression experienced by many people with the syndrome known as seasonal affective disorder, or SAD.
The state is seeing record case numbers, adding to evidence that the virus is poised to thrive as the weather grows colder.
In the pandemic, rather than feeling depressed that the arrival of cold weather will mean you’ll be isolated indoors, try adopting a positive winter mind-set.
At least 73 countries are seeing surges in newly detected cases, and in regions where cold weather is approaching, worries are mounting.
Climate forecasters said the pattern would affect weather across the globe.
Rain has replaced what used to be a white winter in my corner of the world.