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The number of people who lost their lives due to the winter storm in Canada and the northern, southern and eastern states of the USA rose to 23. While power outages were seen in some regions, it was stated that more than 200 million people were negatively affected by the cyclone.
The effect of the winter storm continues in Canada and the USA. The loss of life in the winter storm, which stretched from the Canadian state of Quebec to the US state of Texas, rose to 23.
They SEE -45! THEY BURN THEIR CLOTHES TO WARM
US National Weather forecast His service reported that visibility in Buffalo, New York, had dropped to ‘zero’. While nearly 10 thousand flights were canceled in the USA; In the province of Montana, located on the Canadian border, the air temperature saw minus 45 degrees.
In South Dakota, Native Americans said they burned their clothes to keep warm after they ran out of fuel.
THE COOLEST CHRISTMAS OF LAST YEARS
While heavy snowfall is expected in the states of Pennsylvania and Michigan, it is stated that the thickness of snow can reach up to 89 cm in Buffalo, New York. More than eight million people live under blizzard warnings, the US National Weather Service said.
Coastal flooding has occurred in New England, New York, and New Jersey.
Even the generally temperate southern states of Louisiana, Alabama, Florida and Georgia have even issued freeze warnings.
According to weather forecasts, it is stated that the coldest Christmas of recent years will be experienced due to the arctic cold that will be effective throughout the USA.
The US National Weather Service (NWS) “one of the greatest ever winter weather warnings and advice” told.
While more than 1.7 million homes and businesses across the country are without power, officials warned that it could take days to repair the faults.
USAMore than 200 million people are expected to be affected by the freezing cold in , while frost warnings are issued in the states of Texas Louisiana and Florida, while the threat of winter storms continues in the state of Montana.