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Northeastern U.S. paralyzed as nor’easter brings blizzard conditions

Monday, December 27th, 2010 4:52pm MDT

From the southern United States to the mid-Atlantic and New England a major winter storm has had a wide impact in recent days.  Some areas of the south recorded their first Christmas snow in decades and as the storm moved further northeast it turned into a major blizzard. Snow fell as far south as Jacksonville, […]

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New York City tornadoes confirmed – Rare event also brings 125 mph winds

Sunday, September 19th, 2010 6:21am MDT

Severe weather struck the Big Apple this past Thursday and brought with it only the sixth and seventh tornadoes to strike New York City since record keeping began in 1950.  Accompanying the storms were straight-line winds packing a 125 mph punch.  Funnel clouds were spotted in the boroughs of Queens and Brooklyn from the storms […]

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Tornado that struck the Bronx rated an EF-1 with 100mph winds

Tuesday, July 27th, 2010 4:00pm MDT

A common myth is that tornadoes don’t strike cities. That myth was dispelled again this past Sunday when a twister packing 100 mph struck the Bronx in New York. The tornado, rated an EF-1 by the National Weather Service (NWS), struck at 2:55pm. The service said that at its biggest the twister was 100 yards […]

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While the east roasts, the west chills – Record temperatures of both extremes in the U.S.

Wednesday, July 7th, 2010 11:12am MDT

Triple digit heat broiled the northeastern United States on Tuesday while record setting cool weather struck southern California. Denver may be next to see cool temperatures for the record books as the United States experiencing a wide variety of temperatures. Slideshow: In pictures – Residents across the northeast try to beat the heat On the […]

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Record setting rain in New England causes widespread flooding

Wednesday, March 31st, 2010 5:36pm MDT

Record breaking rains across the Northeast turned into flooding the likes of which haven’t been seen in the region for more than 100 years. As hundreds of residents were forced to evacuate yesterday, authorities have warned that the worst is yet to come. Earlier this month many of the same areas were struck by flooding […]

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