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Jan 17, 2022

Winter Storm Savaging East Coast And Southern States During MLK Weekend

Significant snowfall was impacting the eastern and southern regions of the United States during the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday weekend. The weather event included snow, strong thunderstorms and gusty winds.A foot of snow was predicted for sections of New England, New York, Ohio, and Pennsylva…

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Jan 07, 2022

Bomb Cyclone Aims For East Coast

Yesterday was a period of anticipation as reports claimed that a new snowstorm heading for the east coast of the U.S. would explode into a Bomb Cyclone. A portion of the East Coast is still feeling the affects of a January 3 storm, the first snowstorm of 2022. A second storm, predicted to be wors…

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Jan 03, 2022

Winter Storms Blanket Most Of U.S.

The first snowfall of 2022 reached Washington, D.C. on Monday, January 3rd closing government offices and schools. The Nation’s Capital and the immediate vicinity of Northern Virginia down to central Maryland is predicted to get as much as 10-inches of snow.According to the National Weather Servi…

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Dec 16, 2021

Midwest Again Target Of Crushing Storms

Another severe weather event made havoc of the Midwest and Great Plains on Wednesday, December 15th with hurricane-force winds and possible tornadoes reported in Nebraska and Iowa and other states.The wind affected traffic on many roads including U.S. Highway 151 in eastern Iowa. A semitrailer ro…

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Dec 13, 2021

6 States Savaged By Unseasonal U.S. Tornadoes

Several states in the South and Midwest including Arkansas, Illinois, Kentucky, Mississippi, Missouri, and Tennessee were ravaged by tornadoes on Friday (December 10, 2021) leaving dozens of people dead. According to the National Weather Service, 37 tornadoes were said to be crossing those state…

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Dec 07, 2021

Winter Storms Causing Havoc, Outages In Specific Regions Of U.S.

A few states have experienced severe winter storms that have caused havoc and a significant amount of power outages. According to poweroutages.us, as many as 4,207 electric utility customers are without power in Hawaii, 6,339 in Minnesota, and 4,235 in New York.In Hawaii today a strong winter sto…

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Nov 16, 2021

First Snowstorm Blankets Midwest, Threatens East With Rain

The first significant winter snowstorm of the season has blanketed the Dakotas and Minnesota and other upper Midwest states and moved into parts of the Ohio Valley, the Great Lakes, and the Upper Mississippi Valley. Blizzard conditions were constant and included winds of more than 30 to 40 mph. …

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Oct 29, 2021

Storms Continue To Ravage East Coast

A storm system out of the Mid-South has pummeled sections of the east coast since Tuesday, resulting in heavy rains, gusty winds, and coastal flooding. Severe thunderstorms have been predicted for the Gulf Coast and Southeast. On Monday, a swarm of tornadoes tore through Teas and Louisiana.Acco…

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Oct 27, 2021

Nor’easter Ravages Northeast Affecting 39 Million Americans

As many as 39 million Americans in the northeast states have been hit by a major Nor’easter that pummeled the region with torrential rains of 1 to 2-inches per hour at times and drenched New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and the southern New England states. The result has been dangerous commutin…

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Oct 26, 2021

West Coast Pummeled With Unique Storms Over Weekend

As many as 108 million Americans across the United States will or have been affected with storms and severe weather over the weekend and into this week.Devastating storms that included unique weather phenomenon pummeled the west coast of the United States during the weekend.The weather phenomenon…

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Oct 22, 2021

Residents Of West Coast Brace For Series Of Severe Storms

A train storm consisting of a bomb cyclone and two other severe weather occurrences is expected to hit the west coast of the United States this weekend and into next week (Friday, October 22 through Tuesday, October 26).The bomb cyclone developed over the northern Pacific Wednesday night and on …

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Oct 18, 2021

The Energy Crisis Is Worldwide

Residents of the United States look at severe weather and some price issues as reasons why the country is experiencing more blackouts. Readers of this blog recognize the severe weather problems as an issue with hurricanes, snowstorms, severe drought, and massive summer storms as the reason for t…

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