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Severe thunderstorms, tornadoes sweep through U.S. Midwest |
Intense thunderstorms and tornadoes swept across the Midwest on Sunday, causing extensive damage in several central Illinois communities while sending people to their basements for shelter and even prompting officials at Soldier Field in Chicago to delay
Record-breaking rainfall drenches N.B.
At least one car flipped and several others went skidding as heavy rainfall hit New Brunswick on Friday, creating dangerous driving conditions and some flooding.
Storms kill 1 person, leave 400,000 without power in Quebec
High winds caused by storms that swept through parts of southern Ontario and Quebec are being blamed for the death of 21-year-old woman and the loss of power to hundreds of thousands of Hydro-Québec customers. Tornado warnings that were in place have now
Ice storm hits southern Ontario, Quebec
People living in southern Ontario and parts of Quebec are dealing with a chilly mix of snow, ice pellets and rain as a wintry blast sweeps through the area.
Deadly storms, tornadoes hammer southeast U.S.
A massive storm system raked the southeast U.S. on Wednesday, spawning tornadoes and dangerous winds that overturned cars on a Georgia interstate and demolished homes and businesses, killing at least two people.
Canadians gripped by bone-chilling temperatures
The teeth-chattering cold snap that has caught many Canadians off guard following a mild start to the winter, and is seizing vehicle engines, rupturing water mains and setting cold-weather records in many parts of the country, is expected to last at least
Newfoundland digs out from nasty blizzard
Eastern Newfoundland was pounded by a raging blizzard Friday that knocked out power for much of the island and forced much of the daily activity in the province to grind to a halt.
Newfoundland humour shines through blizzard tweets
Newfoundlanders are dealing with a powerful blizzard today that has already knocked power out across much of the island – but if their dispatches on social media are any indication, plenty are taking the storm in good stride.
Residents are joking abou
Record-breaking storm hits Newfoundland
The winter storm that dumped a record-breaking amount of snow on Montreal is now hitting Newfoundland, with Environment Canada saying northern and central parts of the province can expect 20 to 30 centimetres.
Toronto, southern Ontario brace for big snowstorm
Southern Ontario is bracing for its first major winter wallop of the year, and the Greater Toronto Area could get its biggest snowfall since 2010, with between 10 and 15 centimetres expected to fall overnight.
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