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High winds and ice are blamed for knocking out power to tens of thousands of customers. Wind and snowfall has also disrupted ground and air transportation.
Georgia may see snow as a large storm system moves up along the East Coast.
Warm weather was a crucial ingredient in the outbreak that killed dozens of people, but whether climate change is a factor is not quite as clear.
The city's energy company said the storm had caused “catastrophic transmission damage" on Sunday night.
About 70 active large fires have burned nearly 1,659 square miles in the U.S. this year. At least 16 major fires are burning in the Pacific Northwest alone.
Forecasters said Monday could be even hotter in some parts of the country, prompting ongoing excessive heat warnings.
More than 30 million Americans lived through temperatures over 100 degrees this week, and California's Death Valley hit 129.
The deadly floodwaters follow Nashville's second-highest two-day rainfall total. Authorities have urged residents to stay home and not drive through the water.
The swath of violent weather also toppled trees, demolished homes and knocked out power to thousands.
The biggest overnight threat of tornadoes remained over Alabama, according to the National Weather Service.
Severe weather is expected to sweep from the Rockies to the Mississippi River Valley in the next few days.
The crisis is far from over in parts of the South, where many people still lack safe drinking water.
The latest storm front was expected to bring more hardship to states that are unaccustomed to such frigid weather before moving into the Northeast on Thursday.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott issued a disaster declaration for all of the state’s 254 counties.
The last snowstorm dumped more than 2 feet of snow on the region. The highest snowfall on Sunday was recorded west of Philadelphia.
The nor'easter has already caused travel and vaccination cancellations.
Parts of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut could see blizzard-like conditions, with a foot to 18 inches of snow.
Fultondale Police Chief D.P. Smith said a young man trapped in the basement of his home was pronounced dead at the scene.
Iguanas living in South Florida trees often become immobile in chilly weather, causing them to drop to the ground when the thermometer plummets.
An earthquake hit after the volcano eruption but no significant damage is expected.