Yellowstone closure and flooding A severe rain storm brought flash flooding to the Yellowstone National Park area yesterday, washing away numerous roads and structures in swift currents, forcing a closure of the park while trapping thousands of tourists within it. June is typically a very busy time in the park, with more than 750,000 visitors … Read moreYellowstone chaos after flooding
Hype or flight
Snow plows had to clear the way for Air Force One as it taxied at Joint Base Andrews, with President Biden deplaning in the snow moments later… The winter storm hitting the mid Atlantic has dumped several inches already on DC with over a foot of snow possible in the intense snow…
At least four workers at the Mayfield candle factory in Kentucky, where at least eight employees were killed by Friday’s devastating tornado, say managers warned employees they would be fired if they left their shifts early. As the first tornado sirens sounded and word of the coming storm spread around 5:30 that night, about 15 … Read moreDid workers at the Mayfield Consumer Products candle company get forced to stay at work during a tornado?
Scenes of heartbreak two weeks before Christmas….
Potentially a tornado that traveled for 250 miles!
Two people have died and five others suffered injuries after a tornado ripped through a nursing home in northeast Arkansas, an official said. At least 20 more people were reported trapped after the tornado struck. More.. Severe weather developed late Friday from the lower Mississippi Valley to central Ohio ahead of a strong cold front, … Read moreDecember tornado shock: Nursing home in Arkansas hit , storms ravage night air
A significant storm has the potential to disrupt travel plans from the Midwest to the Northeast during one of the busiest times of the year to travel. We are talking about disruptions at major airline hubs like Chicago and New York at the beginning of next week. “The upper trough and a possible embedded low … Read morePotential Thanksgiving storm set for Northeast
A stunned U.S. East Coast faced a rising death toll, surging rivers and tornado damage Thursday after the remnants of Hurricane Ida walloped the region with record-breaking rain, drowning at least 46 people in their homes and cars. In a region that had been warned about potentially deadly flash flooding but hadn’t braced for such … Read moreDeath toll tops 40 after Ida’s remnants blindside Northeast
The city of New Orleans is telling residents who evacuated ahead of Hurricane Ida to not return until further notice due to power outages and other damage. NOLA Ready, the city’s emergency preparedness office, sent a text alert to residents around 11 a.m., ahead of an 11:30 a.m. press conference from Mayor LaToya Cantrell.