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March 4, 2019 | Via CNN

At Least 23 Dead After Tornadoes Touch Down in Alabama and Georgia

A devastating series of tornadoes ripped through Alabama on Sunday, killing at least 23 people in one county. The victims including children, died in Lee County, said Sheriff Jay Jones. At least 12 of those deaths occurred in an area about 5 to 6 miles south of the city of Opelika, he said. The 23 deaths reported on Sunday marked what would be deadliest day for tornadoes in the state since the deadly Tuscaloosa-Birmingham tornado that killed more than 200 people in 2011.

January 31, 2019 | Via Fox News

Polar Vortex Linked to 8 Deaths as Dangerous Cold Slams the Midwest

At least eight deaths have been reported in the U.S. as the deadly polar vortex with frigid Arctic temperatures slammed the Midwest and headed east on Wednesday. The polar vortex has caused temperatures to drop much farther south than usual, with temperatures in certain areas of the Midwest comparable or below those in Antarctica, where the Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station hit minus 25 degrees. “A record arctic air mass will remain over the central and eastern U.S. over the next several days,” the NWS warned Tuesday.

January 30, 2019 | Via CNBC

Airlines Cancel Hundreds of Flights as ‘dangerous’ Cold Blasts U.S.

Severe winter weather, including snow and bitter cold is snarling air travel from the upper midwestern U.S. to Georgia this week. Temperatures will remain well below zero degrees Fahrenheit in the Chicago area on Wednesday and early Thursday with “dangerously cold wind chills” of as low as minus 50, the National Weather Service said. Airlines canceled more than 850 flights scheduled to fly to or from Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport on Wednesday, about a third of the day’s schedule at the American Airlines and United Airlines hub.

December 11, 2018 | Via Washington Post

At Least 3 Killed in North Carolina Storm

At least three people were killed in a heavy snowstorm in North Carolina as hundreds were left without power. North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper said on Monday that ‘a year’s worth of snowfall’ touched down in one day. The storm was expected to move off the coast on Monday but remain a ‘dangerous system.’

October 12, 2018 | Via BBC

Eastern India Hit by Cyclone as Tropical Storm Michael Rages On

Cyclone Titli swept across Eastern India destroying hundreds of homes and leaving at least eight people dead. Tropical Storm Michael is responsible for at least six deaths as one of the most powerful storms to make landfall on US mainland. The National Hurricane Center said Michael is getting stronger and transitioning to a post-tropical storm.

October 11, 2018 | Via CBS News

Hurricane Michael Hits Mainland US

Hurricane Michael hit mainland US on Wednesday, killing two people and causing flooding, falling trees, and power outages. The category four storm is the third-strongest recorded in history to hit mainland US. Thirteen people were already killed in the storm when it passed through Central America. Michael has now weakened to a tropical storm.

October 10, 2018 | Via CBS News

Florida Prepares for ‘extremely dangerous’ Hurricane Michael

Thousands of residents in Florida have been ordered to evacuate as Hurricane Michael will reach the area on Wednesday. The storm has already killed 13 people in Central America and is expected to be a category four hurricane with winds faster than 100mph. States of emergency have been declared in Alabama, Georgia, and Florida.

September 17, 2018 | Via CNN

Hurricane Florence Slows Down as Typhoon Mangkhut Moves to China

Hurricane Florence slowed to a Tropical Depression on Sunday while continuing to endanger communities, with the death toll reaching at least 16 across North and South Carolina. Rain and flooding are expected to continue throughout the week. Typhoon Mangkhut which left at least 33 miners dead and 29 missing in the Philippines is now moving across southern China.

September 14, 2018 | Via Fox News

Hurricane Florence Touches Down & Trump Denies Puerto Rico Death Toll

Hurricane Florence hit North Carolina on Thursday in what could be the worst storm to affect the region in years. The powerful winds and rain are expected to continue through the weekend and next week. President Trump denied the reported death toll from Hurricanes Maria and Irma in Puerto Rico, accusing Democrats of inflating numbers.

September 13, 2018 | Via BBC

Millions Prepare for Destructive Hurricane Florence

A state of emergency was declared in states including Georgia, North and South Carolina, Virginia, and Maryland as Hurricane Florence is expected to hit on Thursday. Over 1.7 million people through North and South Carolina and Virginia have been ordered to evacuate. Hurricane Florence could cut off electricity for up to 3 million people.

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