The Park Hills Police in Kentucky released a dash cam video Monday showing a car slamming into one of the department’s patrol cars after hitting a patch of black ice. The department posted a statement on their Facebook page: “In my opinion had they not hit my police unit, this vehicle could have hit the telephone pole or rolled down the embankment. The driver could have been seriously injured. So even though my unit is damaged and can be repaired there was thankfully no physical injury to the driver.”
Remember the days when you'd just get a phone call announcing school was closed for snow? Well, now principals and teachers (with the help of some special guests) are kicking those announcements up a notch by singing and rapping your school status.
Students and teachers at a San Juan, Puerto Rico, school that had gone without electricity for 112 days since Hurricane Maria struck the island was able to share a special moment on January 11 when the lights finally came back on. Academia Bautista de Puerto Nuevo posted video to its Facebook page of students and teachers running around with joy when the electricity started to work again. The video showed a glimpse into classrooms where young students could be seen jumping up and down as they celebrated.
As much as three inches of snow fell across large swathes of northern Louisiana, on January 16, as part of a weather system that stretched from Texas up through the New England region. This video shows snow falling in Bossier City, Louisiana, in the area of the Red River.
You may want to consider calling the Big Muddy the Big Icy. Days of subfreezing temperatures have made for plenty of ice on the Missouri River. Watch as the rapid current of the river makes for mesmerizing viewing as tons of ice pass by Kaw Point and downtown Kansas City.
A powerful nor’easter moved up the US east coast on Thursday, January 4, generating blizzard conditions in many coastal areas from Delaware to Massachusetts. Wind gusts around 50 miles an hour with snowfall rates of 1-2 inches per hour were reported in many areas. This video shows the satellite image between 8 am and 10:45 am on January 4 from the GOES-16 satellite.