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Texas shivers amid deadly winter spell; millions remain without electricity, many face water shortages
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Texas shivers amid deadly winter spell; millions remain without electricity, many face water shortages

More than 30 storm-related deaths have been reported in the US media since the cold weather arrived last week, many in traffic accidents

Ladybug swarm: Massive ladybug migration several kilometers wide picked up by radar
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Ladybug swarm: Massive ladybug migration several kilometers wide picked up by radar

The large radar 'echo' spotted by weather forecasters was a 'cloud of ladybugs', known as a 'bloom'.

Rare footage of positive lightning captured by Florida woman cribbing about weather
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Rare footage of positive lightning captured by Florida woman cribbing about weather

The positive lightning struck when she least expected, just like lightning usually does!

Powerful storms sweep through southern US, kill 8 people, including three children; dozens sustain injuries
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Powerful storms sweep through southern US, kill 8 people, including three children; dozens sustain injuries

Nearly 90,000 customers were without electricity in Texas, Mississippi, Louisiana, Arkansas, and Georgia in US as of midday Sunday

Arctic air brings sub-zero misery to US Northeast after causing at least 12 deaths in Midwest
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Arctic air brings sub-zero misery to US Northeast after causing at least 12 deaths in Midwest

The Arctic cold has caused at least 12 deaths since Saturday across the Midwest. Some died in weather-related traffic accidents, others from apparent exposure to the elements.

Florida braces for Hurricane Michael as it strengthens to Category 4 storm; Donald Trump declares state emergency
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Florida braces for Hurricane Michael as it strengthens to Category 4 storm; Donald Trump declares state emergency

The National Hurricane Center said Hurricane Michael is expected to slam ashore later in the day along the Florida Panhandle

Hawaii braces for Hurricane Lane: Donald Trump declares 'emergency' as landslides, flash floods leave roads blocked
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Hawaii braces for Hurricane Lane: Donald Trump declares 'emergency' as landslides, flash floods leave roads blocked

Hurricane Lane drenched Hawaii Thursday ahead of its arrival in the island state, prompting US president Donald Trump to declare a state of emergency.

Hawaii residents brace for landfall by Hurricane Lane; schools, public offices shut, people stock up on food, water
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Hawaii residents brace for landfall by Hurricane Lane; schools, public offices shut, people stock up on food, water

Residents of Hawaii were bracing for a rare landfall by a powerful hurricane as they stocked up on water, food and emergency supplies.

Hurricane Hector: All you need to know about the tropical storm approaching Hawaii's Big Island
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Hurricane Hector: All you need to know about the tropical storm approaching Hawaii's Big Island

Hurricane Hector, which has now been classified as a category 4 storm is expected to pass about 200 miles (320 kilometers) south of Hawaii's Big Island late on Wednesday.

California wildfires: Thomas Fire 60 percent contained, authorities say strong winds might return
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California wildfires: Thomas Fire 60 percent contained, authorities say strong winds might return

Firefighters in California said Thomas wildfire was about 60 percent contained but they warned strong winds were still forecast.

Latest California wildfire close to becoming third largest ever in state with threat of resurgence
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Latest California wildfire close to becoming third largest ever in state with threat of resurgence

A California wildfire was close on Saturday to becoming the state’s third largest blaze on record, with more devastation possible from a resurgence of the harsh winds that have fueled the deadly fire’s growth.

Firefighter dies battling California wildfire in second blaze-related fatality since fire started on 4 December
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Firefighter dies battling California wildfire in second blaze-related fatality since fire started on 4 December

A firefighter died while working a colossal wildfire burning in coastal mountains northwest of Los Angeles that has become the fourth largest in California history.

Hurricane Maria: Rain-swollen dam on verge of collapse in Puerto Rico; 70,000 people ordered to evacuate
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Hurricane Maria: Rain-swollen dam on verge of collapse in Puerto Rico; 70,000 people ordered to evacuate

Some 70,000 people were ordered to evacuate their homes after a rain-swollen dam in Puerto Rico failed in the latest disaster caused by Hurricane Maria.

Hurricane Irma: Indian Embassy sets up helplines to cater to 1.2 lakh diaspora in Florida
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Hurricane Irma: Indian Embassy sets up helplines to cater to 1.2 lakh diaspora in Florida

Millions of people, including thousands of Indian-Americans, in Florida braced for Hurricane Irma as it regained strength as a Category 4 storm

Hurricane Harvey: Flash floods in Houston bring back painful memories of Katrina disaster
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Hurricane Harvey: Flash floods in Houston bring back painful memories of Katrina disaster

As people waded in chest-high floodwaters, Houston turned its main convention center into a shelter on Sunday, evoking memories of Hurricane Katrina

Hurricane Harvey unleashes massive flooding in Houston, rescue operations on as officials forecast more rain
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Hurricane Harvey unleashes massive flooding in Houston, rescue operations on as officials forecast more rain

Widespread flooding unleashed by deadly storm Harvey left Houston increasingly isolated, with airports and highways closed.

Texas tornadoes: 4 killed, dozens injured as severe storms swept east of Dallas
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Texas tornadoes: 4 killed, dozens injured as severe storms swept east of Dallas

Severe storms including tornadoes swept through several small towns in East Texas, killing at least four people and injuring dozens more, and leaving a trail of overturned vehicles, mangled trees and damaged homes, authorities said Sunday.

Louisiana floods leave 11 dead, 40,000 homes inundated
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Louisiana floods leave 11 dead, 40,000 homes inundated

The death toll from historic flooding in Louisiana climbed to 11 on Tuesday as the expanding flood zone prompted authorities to declare disasters in 20 parishes of the southeastern US state.

Louisiana flood situation worsens: Six dead, 20,000 forced to evacuate
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Louisiana flood situation worsens: Six dead, 20,000 forced to evacuate

Floods ravaged US state of Louisiana, leaving six people dead. Thousands were forced to flee as water level rose after days of rainfall.

'Snowmageddon' alert: Monster blizzard bears down on eastern US, millions prepare to be snowed in
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'Snowmageddon' alert: Monster blizzard bears down on eastern US, millions prepare to be snowed in

A massive blizzard swirled toward the eastern United States on Friday, one that the National Weather Service said would rank near the top 10 to ever hit the region.