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Several People Killed As Powerful Storms, Tornadoes Slam Central U.S.
At least three people died in a tornado in Golden City, Missouri, on Wednesday. Extreme weather has also threatened parts of Oklahoma, Kansas, Iowa and Illinois.
Dangerous Storm Spurs Tornadoes In Southern Plains
An intense storm system swept through Oklahoma, western Texas and southern Kansas on Monday, spawning several tornadoes that caused some damage.
Another Round Of Severe Weather Forecast For Oklahoma, Texas
The National Weather Service placed several counties under a tornado watch, calling it a "particularly dangerous situation."
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'Bomb Cyclone' Snow, Wind Impacts Midwest, Great Lakes
Hundreds of schools canceled classes in Minnesota, Nebraska and South Dakota, where the governor closed state offices in much of the state for a second day.
‘Bomb Cyclone’ Triggers Biblical Flooding In Midwest
More than 10 million people were reportedly under flood warnings Friday.
Major Winter Storm Grounds Flights, Closes Parts Of Interstates
By Bob Moen, AP
The storm brought blizzard conditions to parts of Colorado, Wyoming, Montana, Nebraska and South Dakota.
National Weather Service: Alabama Tornado Deadliest In U.S. Since 2013
Meteorologists on Monday gave the deadly Lee County tornado an EF4 classification, saying the Sunday twister had wind speeds of about 170 mph.
Tornadoes Kill More Than 20 In Alabama
Officials say the death toll is expected to rise as rescuers continue to search for survivors.
These Photos Show The Power Of Deadly Alabama Tornadoes
Over 20 people were killed, and the death toll is expected to rise.
People Are Loving This New York Woman's Rant About The Winter Weather
A PIX11 News interview with Diane from Brooklyn has some Twitter users calling on her to be a meteorologist.
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Dramatic California Flood Rescue Caught On Camera
Rescuers saved people who were stranded on the hood of their car as they were swept downstream by floodwaters.
This Might Be The First Time This Hawaii State Park Has Ever Seen Snow
Polipoli Spring State Park on Maui turned white as Haleakala saw 4-foot drifts.
Snow Hits Parts Of Hawaii For The First Time Ever
For the first time ever, one Hawaii state park saw snow on its grounds.
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Snowstorm Buries Pacific Northwest, With More On The Way
By Gene Johnson, AP
Good for sledding, bad for driving.
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At Least 21 Deaths Linked To Frigid Weather, Hospitals Treating Dozens Of Frostbite Victims
By Jonathan Allen, Reuters
Temperatures plunged to -50 degrees Fahrenheit in places.
‘Nitwit Governor’ Gets Heat For School Comments
Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin (R) said “we’re getting soft” for closing schools in subzero-degree weather, and his comments received some heat 🔥
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Al Roker Rips 'Nitwit' Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin For Comments On Extreme Cold
"I'm glad you're not a teacher!" the weatherman said.
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Extreme Weather Is Already Breaking Records Around The World In 2019
Temperatures dipped to -38 degrees in Minnesota as Australia battled a heat wave that topped 115 degrees.
Chicago Zookeepers Brace For The Cold
Zoos are trying to protect their animals as a polar vortex hits the U.S.
How Chicago Zookeepers Are Protecting Animals From The Polar Vortex
Zoos are frantically trying to protect their animals as freezing weather sweeps across the Midwest.
Deep Freeze Envelops Midwest, Even Stops The Mail
By Blake Nicholson, AP
The bitter cold is the result of a split in the polar vortex that allowed temperatures to plunge much further south than normal.
How To Help Homeless People Amid The Freezing Cold Polar Vortex
Temperatures in Chicago, Milwaukee and across the Midwest are expected to drop as potentially life-threatening wind chills arrive.
Polar Vortex Clobbers Midwest With Record-Breaking Cold
Wind chills in northern Illinois could fall to -55 degrees by Wednesday.
Science Says: Get Used To Polar Vortex Outbreaks
By Seth Borenstein, AP
Americans were introduced to the polar vortex five years ago.
Pacific Storm Threatens Northern California With Blizzard, Mudslides
Areas devastated by last year’s wildfires are especially at risk, officials said.
Storm Punishes Swath Of U.S. With Snow, Ice And Freezing Rain
By late Sunday afternoon, the Washington, D.C. metro area, northern Virginia and parts of Maryland had total snowfall accumulations ranging from five to eight inches (12-20 centimeters).
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