- The most devastating storm
Dozens of people lost their lives in the United States during this Christmas weekend as a polar storm crossed almost the entire country.
The severe winter storm that swept through the United States, causing severe drops in temperatures from the Northern Great Plains to the border with Mexico, killed at least 30 people over the weekend from Christmas.
More than 150,000 homes and businesses were without power on the East Coast of the United States, in Texas and in Washington State against 1.8 million the day before, according to the site PowerOutage.us. At least 30 people have died so far in weather-related incidents, according to an NBC News tally. CNN has reported 26 deaths.
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WINTER STORM WARNING!!!!
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The most devastating storm
In Buffalo, a city in New York State swept by a powerful snowstorm, 16% of residents had no electricity on Sunday, authorities report. Seven people died and the snow, which continued to fall on Sunday, reached 1.2 meters in height.
New York State Governor Kathy Hochul told reporters she had been in touch with the White House and that Joe Biden’s administration would support the state’s request for a federal disaster declaration. . “This storm will go down in history as the most devastating in Buffalo. It made a big impression and we’re still right in the middle of the storm,” said Kathy Hochul.
View from my office floor. It’s not blurry it’s a snow storm! You can even see the tip of the CN Tower. #Canada #Toronto #WinterStorm pic.twitter.com/nlrLtHuvnK
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— Benjamin Williamson (@photographmaine) December 23, 2022
Sunday morning temperatures were still well below average across the central and eastern United States, and up to the Gulf Coast, said National Weather Service (NWS) meteorologist Rich Otto. “One to two feet (30.48-60.96 centimeters) of snow is still expected before Monday morning in the Buffalo area,” Rich Otto added. “I think it’s safe to say that in a way the worst is over, but there’s still some pretty heavy snowfall continuing today in the Buffalo area.
Authorities in Kentucky have confirmed at least three storm-related deaths in that state, while at least two motorists were killed and many others injured in a pileup involving 50 vehicles Friday on the Ohio highway.
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