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P.E.I. snowstorm dumps 51 cm of snow on Island
P.E.I. residents will spend Saturday digging out from Friday's snowstorm that dumped a reported 51 cm of snow on parts of the Island. Highways across P.E.I. are snow covered or partly snow covered. Traffic is running smoothly on the Confederation Bridge.
U.S. South, East hit by monster winter storm
A massive blizzard began dumping snow on the southern and eastern United States on Friday, with mass flight cancellations, several states declaring states of emergency and more than 60 centimetres predicted for Washington alone. At least nine people died
Eastern U.S. preparing for major snowstorm
Drivers in the Washington area spent hours in icy gridlock ahead of heavy snowfall that's predicted to arrive by the weekend from the Appalachian Mountains to Philadelphia and maybe farther north.
Delightfully mild' winter in N.W.T. thanks to El Nino
According to Environment Canada's senior climatologist, November was the eighth warmest on record in the N.W.T. And in the last week, 'temperatures have clearly been about a dozen or more degrees warmer than normal,' says David Phillips.
Scientists Shocked (And Thankful) These Cyclones Missed Hawaii
Hawaii is a small target in the massive Pacific Ocean, but scientists are nevertheless impressed that the islands escaped a record-breaking cyclone season unscathed.
To illustrate just how lucky the Aloha State has been, the National Weather Service r
Second freak storm heads for Yemen, WMO says
GENEVA (Reuters) - A new tropical cyclone is heading for Yemen three days after a storm dumped several years' worth of rain on the port city of Mukalla, the U.N. World Meteorological Organization (WMO)
Hurricane Patricia slams into Mexican coast
Hurricane Patricia struck Mexico's Pacific coast as a potentially catastrophic Category 5 storm on Friday, as one of the most powerful hurricanes in history threatened to wreak widespread damage and prompted mass evacuations.
Hurricane Oho's remnants bearing down on B.C.
The remnants of Hurricane Oho are bearing down on B.C.'s West Coast, bringing the first of two rounds of heavy rain and strong winds forecast for the region between now and Sunday.
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