Monday, November 28, 2022

Weather

Hurricane Ian in Florida Makes Landfall, Knocks Out Power to Millions

One of the most powerful storms the U.S. has ever recorded, Hurricane Ian, has swept into Florida, the southeasternmost American state with the Gulf of Mexico on one side and the Atlantic on the other, flooding streets and residential...

Over 2600 US Flights Cancelled, 4529 Worldwide, As Omicron Creates Airline Staff Shortage

According to FlightAware, a U.S. multi-national aviation company, 4529 flights globally had been canceled by late Sunday, with over 2600 journeys canceled within, into, or out of America. Another 4519 American flights were delayed Sunday, 2 January 2022, according...

Heavy Snow, Record-Setting Winter Weather in American Northwest Forces into Shelters; Power Outages

On Tuesday, twenty-four U.S. states were on alert for extreme cold weather, as heavy snow caused power outages across the American Northwest and severe snowstorms dumped feet of snow in the Midwestern region, intense weather patterns that have been...

Rescuers Hunt for Survivors After U.S. Unseasonal Tornadoes Hit Several States

The death number mounted Sunday from an unseasonable string of deadly tornadoes in the U.S. that tore through six Midwestern and Southern states late on Friday even as one emergency official anticipated that more survivors be found. Rescuers in the...

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Ex-Kentucky Governor John Y. Brown Died at 88

John Young Brown Jr., a Democrat who served as the 55th Governor of the Commonwealth of Kentucky (1979-1983) and...