You know that snowpocalypse that was supposed to dump more than two feet of snow on New York earlier this week? Well, turns out Winter Storm Juno had other plans, instead wreaking havoc on the rest of the Northeast and leaving New York with only about a foot of snow in some parts. It's a sizable amount of that fluffy white stuff, but definitely not the 30 inches meteorologists originally predicted.
And while the East Coast was hunkering down with a bunch of hot chocolate and blankets on Monday, Minnesotans were celebrating warm 40-plus temperatures. What gives?More »