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'Us Blizzard' - 34 News Result(s)

  • Power Outages, Road Closures As New ''Bomb Cyclone'' Blizzard Hits US

    Power Outages, Road Closures As New ''Bomb Cyclone'' Blizzard Hits US

    A "bomb cyclone" blizzard, the second in a month, hit the Rockies on Wednesday and spun into the U.S. Plains and Midwest, bringing fears of more flooding in areas still recovering from last month's deluge.

  • Blizzard Strands US Holiday Travellers, Over 1,240 Flights Cancelled

    Blizzard Strands US Holiday Travellers, Over 1,240 Flights Cancelled

    Many holiday travellers in the United States were stuck at airports on the final day of Thanksgiving weekend after more than 1,240 flights were canceled because of a blizzard that swept across the Midwest, according to weather officials.

  • 'Snow Emergency' As Powerful Spring Storm Pounds Parts Of United States

    'Snow Emergency' As Powerful Spring Storm Pounds Parts Of United States

    A powerful spring storm pummeled the US Midwest and Plains on Saturday with blizzard conditions and high winds, while tornadoes and thunderstorms menaced some of the South.

  • Powerful Blizzard Hammers US Northeast, Snarling Travel

    Powerful Blizzard Hammers US Northeast, Snarling Travel

    High winds and heavy snow barrelled into the U.S. Northeast on Thursday, shutting schools and government offices, leaving tens of thousands without power and snarling travel as New York's JFK Airport halted flights due to whiteout conditions.

  • Winter Storm Moves North From US, Paralyzing Eastern Canada

    Winter Storm Moves North From US, Paralyzing Eastern Canada

    A blizzard tracking north from the United States caused car pileups and school closures, as heavy snows and powerful winds paralyzed eastern Canada on Wednesday.

  • Blizzard Rolls Into Northeast US: Flights Canceled, Schools Shut

    Blizzard Rolls Into Northeast US: Flights Canceled, Schools Shut

    Snow began blanketing northeastern United States on Tuesday as a winter storm packing blizzard conditions rolled into the region, prompting public officials to ask people to stay home while airlines grounded flights and schools canceled classes.

  • For Snowed-In Drivers, Hours Of Sweat - Then Tears

    For Snowed-In Drivers, Hours Of Sweat - Then Tears

    He'd spent hours digging his car out of a parking place on a Capitol Hill street. He duly acknowledged the legal right of other drivers to take the public space. He appealed to their better natures not to. If that didn't work, he promised to shovel the snow back to its "original place around your vehicle." In all, a measured treatise touching on in...

  • Post-Blizzard Dilemma: Where To Put All That Snow?

    Post-Blizzard Dilemma: Where To Put All That Snow?

    You can't just shovel it and plow it and blow it and scoop it. You have to have somewhere to put it. And with more than two feet of snow having fallen over the weekend across much of the region, putting it somewhere became a top priority for cities and counties and businesses and schools as they raced to turn the Washington area into a more navigab...

  • Mom, 1-Year-Old In Car Killed By Carbon Monoxide As Dad Clears Snow

    Mom, 1-Year-Old In Car Killed By Carbon Monoxide As Dad Clears Snow

    A family in New Jersey, trapped over the weekend in the massive East Coast snowstorm, was trying to dig its way out when the chill became too much to handle. The mother and her children - ages 1 and 3 - huddled in the car with the engine running to keep warm. The kids' father tried to clear the snow outside.

  • New York Rebounds After Blizzard, Washington Shuts Down Government

    New York Rebounds After Blizzard, Washington Shuts Down Government

    New York City emerged on Sunday from a massive blizzard that paralyzed much of the US East Coast, while snowy gridlock gripped the nation's capital and surrounding areas, where federal, state and local offices and schools planned to remain closed today.

  • US Blizzard Kills 25, Washington Struggles To Rebound

    US Blizzard Kills 25, Washington Struggles To Rebound

    The eastern United States emerged wearily from a massive blizzard that dumped huge amounts of snow and killed at least 25 people, but Washington was still reeling, with government offices and schools to remain closed Monday.

  • As Blizzard Moves Off East Coast, New York Lifts Travel Ban

    As Blizzard Moves Off  East Coast, New York Lifts Travel Ban

    A travel ban for the New York area was lifted on Sunday but Washington was still at a standstill after a blizzard paralysed the northeastern United States, killing at least 19 people.

  • Traffic-Free Manhattan Transformed Into Winter Playground

    Traffic-Free Manhattan Transformed Into Winter Playground

    An otherworldly quiet descended over the streets of Manhattan on Saturday as a muffling blanket of snow and a complete ban on private vehicles transformed a city renowned for its bustle and horn-blaring traffic into a tranquil pedestrian mall.

  • Massive Blizzard Paralyses New York And Washington, 19 Dead

    Massive Blizzard Paralyses New York And Washington, 19 Dead

    A blizzard that has paralyzed much of the US East Coast intensified on Saturday, bringing Washington to a standstill and forcing the closure of roads, bridges and tunnels into New York until Sunday morning.

  • 15 Dead As Massive Blizzard Shuts Down Eastern United States

    15 Dead As Massive Blizzard Shuts Down Eastern United States

    A deadly blizzard blanketed the eastern United States in near-record amounts of snow Saturday, shutting down New York and Washington in a colossal storm expected to affect more than 85 million people.

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  • Power Outages, Road Closures As New ''Bomb Cyclone'' Blizzard Hits US

    Power Outages, Road Closures As New ''Bomb Cyclone'' Blizzard Hits US

    A "bomb cyclone" blizzard, the second in a month, hit the Rockies on Wednesday and spun into the U.S. Plains and Midwest, bringing fears of more flooding in areas still recovering from last month's deluge.

  • Blizzard Strands US Holiday Travellers, Over 1,240 Flights Cancelled

    Blizzard Strands US Holiday Travellers, Over 1,240 Flights Cancelled

    Many holiday travellers in the United States were stuck at airports on the final day of Thanksgiving weekend after more than 1,240 flights were canceled because of a blizzard that swept across the Midwest, according to weather officials.

  • 'Snow Emergency' As Powerful Spring Storm Pounds Parts Of United States

    'Snow Emergency' As Powerful Spring Storm Pounds Parts Of United States

    A powerful spring storm pummeled the US Midwest and Plains on Saturday with blizzard conditions and high winds, while tornadoes and thunderstorms menaced some of the South.

  • Powerful Blizzard Hammers US Northeast, Snarling Travel

    Powerful Blizzard Hammers US Northeast, Snarling Travel

    High winds and heavy snow barrelled into the U.S. Northeast on Thursday, shutting schools and government offices, leaving tens of thousands without power and snarling travel as New York's JFK Airport halted flights due to whiteout conditions.

  • Winter Storm Moves North From US, Paralyzing Eastern Canada

    Winter Storm Moves North From US, Paralyzing Eastern Canada

    A blizzard tracking north from the United States caused car pileups and school closures, as heavy snows and powerful winds paralyzed eastern Canada on Wednesday.

  • Blizzard Rolls Into Northeast US: Flights Canceled, Schools Shut

    Blizzard Rolls Into Northeast US: Flights Canceled, Schools Shut

    Snow began blanketing northeastern United States on Tuesday as a winter storm packing blizzard conditions rolled into the region, prompting public officials to ask people to stay home while airlines grounded flights and schools canceled classes.

  • For Snowed-In Drivers, Hours Of Sweat - Then Tears

    For Snowed-In Drivers, Hours Of Sweat - Then Tears

    He'd spent hours digging his car out of a parking place on a Capitol Hill street. He duly acknowledged the legal right of other drivers to take the public space. He appealed to their better natures not to. If that didn't work, he promised to shovel the snow back to its "original place around your vehicle." In all, a measured treatise touching on in...

  • Post-Blizzard Dilemma: Where To Put All That Snow?

    Post-Blizzard Dilemma: Where To Put All That Snow?

    You can't just shovel it and plow it and blow it and scoop it. You have to have somewhere to put it. And with more than two feet of snow having fallen over the weekend across much of the region, putting it somewhere became a top priority for cities and counties and businesses and schools as they raced to turn the Washington area into a more navigab...

  • Mom, 1-Year-Old In Car Killed By Carbon Monoxide As Dad Clears Snow

    Mom, 1-Year-Old In Car Killed By Carbon Monoxide As Dad Clears Snow

    A family in New Jersey, trapped over the weekend in the massive East Coast snowstorm, was trying to dig its way out when the chill became too much to handle. The mother and her children - ages 1 and 3 - huddled in the car with the engine running to keep warm. The kids' father tried to clear the snow outside.

  • New York Rebounds After Blizzard, Washington Shuts Down Government

    New York Rebounds After Blizzard, Washington Shuts Down Government

    New York City emerged on Sunday from a massive blizzard that paralyzed much of the US East Coast, while snowy gridlock gripped the nation's capital and surrounding areas, where federal, state and local offices and schools planned to remain closed today.

  • US Blizzard Kills 25, Washington Struggles To Rebound

    US Blizzard Kills 25, Washington Struggles To Rebound

    The eastern United States emerged wearily from a massive blizzard that dumped huge amounts of snow and killed at least 25 people, but Washington was still reeling, with government offices and schools to remain closed Monday.

  • As Blizzard Moves Off East Coast, New York Lifts Travel Ban

    As Blizzard Moves Off  East Coast, New York Lifts Travel Ban

    A travel ban for the New York area was lifted on Sunday but Washington was still at a standstill after a blizzard paralysed the northeastern United States, killing at least 19 people.

  • Traffic-Free Manhattan Transformed Into Winter Playground

    Traffic-Free Manhattan Transformed Into Winter Playground

    An otherworldly quiet descended over the streets of Manhattan on Saturday as a muffling blanket of snow and a complete ban on private vehicles transformed a city renowned for its bustle and horn-blaring traffic into a tranquil pedestrian mall.

  • Massive Blizzard Paralyses New York And Washington, 19 Dead

    Massive Blizzard Paralyses New York And Washington, 19 Dead

    A blizzard that has paralyzed much of the US East Coast intensified on Saturday, bringing Washington to a standstill and forcing the closure of roads, bridges and tunnels into New York until Sunday morning.

  • 15 Dead As Massive Blizzard Shuts Down Eastern United States

    15 Dead As Massive Blizzard Shuts Down Eastern United States

    A deadly blizzard blanketed the eastern United States in near-record amounts of snow Saturday, shutting down New York and Washington in a colossal storm expected to affect more than 85 million people.

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