Add to EJ Playlist In an area accustomed to rain, the Pacific Northwest is blanketed in snow. As Ben Tracy reports, it may only be four inches but it's enough to wreak havoc in a place with few plows and salt trucks.
Add to EJ Playlist A weather phenomenon called the Arctic Oscillation is keeping snow away from many areas with small businesses that depend on it for revenue. Cynthia Bowers reports on how these businesses are weathering the changes.
Add to EJ Playlist More than 15 feet of snow has fallen Cordova, Alaska, burying the town. Now, rainfall is making the snow heavier and more difficult to remove from the streets. Ben Tracy reports on struggle to dig out Cordova.
Add to EJ Playlist Chinese officials insist the murky air over Beijing is just fog. But as John Blackstone reports, measurements show dangerously high levels of air pollution that may also be affecting weather patterns over America's west coast.
Add to EJ Playlist Texas is suffering from the worst drought in more than 100 years, and as Anna Werner reports, climatologists have warned it will likely continue for at least another three to six months.
Add to EJ Playlist The dryness in the Southwest is reminding many citizens there of the 1930s Dust Bowl era. Anna Werner spoke with climate experts to find out what is creating the horrendous dust storms.