Multiple videos have circulated on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and TikTok alongside claims that they show "fake snow" in the US state of Texas that blackens and does not melt when near a flame. The claim is false: scientists say that snowballs first a
Millions of people have watched the clip of snow covering camels.
This isn't the first time internet users have been perplexed by the properties of snow.
The saga of the Cruz family vacation continues.
Was the snow that recently fell across a large portion of the world, notably in Texas and Louisiana in mid-February 2021, an unnatural substance that was made in a lab or by the government? Did it not melt away into water the way that nor
As much of the South contended with unusually harsh winter weather, a viral February 2021 tweet claimed that a screenshot showed “actual advice” being given to Southerners for driving in the snow — entailing a complicated visualizati
The snow also stopped most public transport services, while toppled trees caused blackouts in several mountainside suburbs.
Officials in Houston had warned people to prepare for outages and hazardous roads — conditions similar to what residents might see in the wake of a Category 5 hurricane.
Under the guidance of local resident and amateur artist Janne Pyykko, 11 snowshoe-clad volunteers stamped a series of complex geometric patterns on a golf course.
This week's winter storm appears to have broken a 122-year-old record for the most snow in a New Jersey community from one storm.
It is thought that there are at least two other unverified reports of the snow-white raptor in recent decades.
Is video of giant pandas playing in the snow a coded message? No, that's not true: The video that originated from the Smithsonian's National Zoo in Washington, D.C., is just a cute diversion. Any suggestion that it contains a secret messa
A slow-moving storm could bring many states more than a foot of snow.
A photo has been shared tens of thousands of times in multiple posts on Facebook and Twitter that claim it shows an image of snow under a microscope. The claim is false: the image has been manipulated from a photo of an artwork by artist Rogan Brown.
A powerful winter storm raised questions about Southern California weather patterns.
A Long Island man has been arrested after a Christmas morning crime spree that gave new meaning to the term doorbuster.
It’s a scene straight out of a "National Lampoon's" flick.
A man who drove off the road in a snowstorm spent 10 hours trapped in his car after a passing plow and rapidly accumulating snow buried it.
Not to worry, "Spready Mercury" is hard at work, keeping Scotland's roads clear.
The first snow globes date back to 1878.
The Snow White figurine arrived at roughly the same height as the dwarves, so Disney found "an ingenious and elegant solution."
Obama had said that he did not think Snowden was a patriot.
Amid the United States Postal Service’s slowdowns on August 13 2020, Twitter user Charlie Bonner shared the following “baller content” attributed to the American Postal Workers Union: absolutely baller content from the postal worke
Multiple images claiming to show snowy weather in some parts of Kenya have been shared hundreds of times in online posts. However, a reverse image search shows that the pictures are old. While some regions are currently experiencing cold weather, an of
In early March, President Donald Trump said that restrictions he placed on travel to and from China “saved a lot of lives,” a claim that grew to “probably tens of thousands” and “hundreds of thousands” by early April
A routine review of content labeled satire.
Did a Minnesota man suffer extreme frostbite to his genitals after having drunken sex with a snowman he mistook for his ex-wife? No, that's not true: The story was fabricated by a Canadian entertainment website that publishes fictional stories
A 1962 ban on throwing projectiles in Wausau lumps snowballs into the same category as rocks and other items that can cause serious harm.
This story was first published on March 4, 2014 Outline Circulating message claims that an attached image depicts the deadly ‘snow snake’.… The post HOAX – ‘Deadly Snow Snake’ Image appeared first on Hoax-Slayer.
On December 12 2019, the Facebook page “Weird Facts” shared the following meme about how fresh snow “absorbs” sound: Underneath an image of a snowy street, text read: Fresh snow absorbs sound, lowering ambient noise
As temperatures increase, occasional rainfall occurs — and ‘rain-on-snow’ events are having devastating effects.
Alaskans have experienced both a record high temperature and a record amount of snowfall in the same day.
A November 1 2019 ReturnToNow.net post headlined “Old Farmer’s Almanac Predicts An Alarming Number of Snowstorms This Winter” was shared tens of thousands of times on Facebook. and was likely to continue spreading. ReturnToNow.net is cl
In his memoir, Edward Snowden tells his life story in detail for the first time and explains why he chose to risk his freedom to become perhaps the most famous whistleblower of all time.
On June 2 2019, a Facebook user shared the following image (archived here), purportedly showing a thick covering of snow that had fallen on that date in Québec. A reverse image search did not indicate that the user’s image of snow in Québec in
Over the years, many people have gotten stranded on Oregon's snowbound rural roads — and the outcome isn't always so good.
Las Vegas is getting a rare taste of real winter weather, with significant snowfall across the metro area in the first event of its kind since record keeping started back in 1937.
Be sure to clear the exhaust pipe before running your car after a snowstorm.
This story was first published on January 7, 2014 Outline Caption on a circulating image depicting a roadway at the bottom of a… The post Snow Canyon Roadway Image appeared first on Hoax-Slayer.
As temperatures in the Midwest plummeted in January 2019, the following photograph appeared on social media with the caption: “You think we got snow, how about Austria?” No context was provided for the images, and no clues about the locat