While Northeastern residents are still digging out from a deadly snowstorm, a blast of Arctic air could bring some of the coldest temperatures to the Northeast of the United States of America.
Many parts of the Midwest are expected to experience some of the coldest temperatures in two decades brought by the Arctic blast.
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Massive thunderstorms have swept across the Midwest and Mid-Atlantic states, knocking out power to thousands of people and causing some flash flooding in certain areas.
Tornadoes and very strong winds peel the roofs from homes in the Deep South and heaped snow and ice on the Midwest.
Golf-ball and baseball-sized hail pelted parts of Georgia and the Carolinas late Thursday and early Friday.
Three people were killed.
Ice coats a tree on Tuesday, April 9, 2013, in Sioux Falls, S.D, where a spring storm wreaked havoc on roads, downed branches and knocked out power for thousands of residents. The National Weather Service predicted that a half-inch of ice would accumulate by day’s end. (AP Photo/Amber Hunt)
A spring storm that began on April 10, 2013 and was expected to last through the week wreaked havoc on roads, downed branches and knocked out power for thousands of residents in the Midwest.
But before the storm arrives, beautiful icicles formed on the trees, fences and others.
The floodgate at the Morganza Spillway in Morganza, Louisiana, was opened on Saturday, May 14, 2011.
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After 3 days, the water from the flooded Mississippi River has reached places like Butte LaRose and St. Landry Parish at the northern end of the basin, putting some houses underwater.
Towns and crop lands along the Atchafalaya River basin that are in the path of the diverted flood waters could be flooded as high as 20 feet in coming days.
On Tuesday, the Coast Guard closed a 15-mile stretch of the Mississippi River at Natchez, Mississippi, north of New Orleans.
Vessels were blocked from heading toward the Gulf of Mexico and from returning north after dropping off their freight.
These barges carry corn, wheat, soybean and others from the Midwest to ports near New Orleans, where they get loaded onto huge grain carriers to be exported around the world.
Below are photos of the flooding along the Mississippi River.
There is a very bad ice and snow storm across the United States.
At least 17 people died in the Midwest.
Trees fell on power lines so there is no electricity in lots and lots and lots of houses.
Some school are closed because it is dark and too much snow so people cannot go out side.
There are lots of accident because the roads are too slippery.
It is hard to walk out side because it is icy and too slippery.
Anyway the ice on the trees look so beautiful.
There is lots of snow in Ohio and I think there is a lot of snow outside Uncle Arif’s house in Columbus.
CHICAGO (AFP) – Hundreds of thousands of people were left shivering in the dark after a massive ice and snow storm cut a swath across the United States Wednesday, knocking down power lines, snarling traffic, grounding flights and forcing schools to close.
Texas to Pennsylvania.on the southern end of the storm covered trees and bridges with brilliant ice crystals but made roads incredibly slick and dangerous from
At least a dozen deaths were reported.
The northern side of the snow dumped as much as a foot (30 centimeters) of snow in some areas of Ohio and the US east coast.
And with a cold front moving in behind the storm it could be days before the ice melts and weeks before all the damage is repaired, officials warned.