Storm Nicholas struck Texas. Biden calculates losses

September 15, 2021

Tropical storm yesterday morning, September 14 & # 34; Nicholas & # 34; reached the shores of Texas. He struck southeast of Matagorda. This was reported by the National Hurricane Observation Center. Read today in the magazine USA.ONE : Texas has covered a new storm What is known about the consequences of the disaster, where will it go next and how much does Joe Biden estimate the losses? By Texas…

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A new tropical storm has reached Florida shores

September 9, 2021

On Wednesday, September 8, in the Gulf of Mexico near Florida a new tropical cyclone named & # 34; Mindy & # 34 ;. He reached the coast of the state a few hours ago. Read today in USA.ONE : America is threatened by a new cyclone This was reported by the US National Hurricane Watch. Tropical cyclone & # 34; Mindy & # 34; reached Florida In particular, the…

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Shivering season: meteorologists predict one of the coldest and longest winters in the United States

September 6, 2021

As predicted by Old Farmer's Almanac this year, Americans will have the longest, coldest and coldest winter ever. Janice Stillman, editor of the 230-year almanac Winter 2021-2022, said Americans should prepare for “one of the longest, coldest winters we've ever seen.” Although the accuracy of the almanac's forecasts is controversial, there are concerns that an icy combination of above average snowfall is expected in the United States this year, and…

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Hurricane Ida hits New York, causing historic flooding

September 3, 2021

Hurricane & # 34; Ida & # 34;, which raged on August 30 in Louisiana and Mississippi, weakened to a post-tropical storm, but made it to New York and New Jersey, causing severe flooding. Read today in USA.ONE magazine: Hurricane hit New York, there are casualties US President Joe Biden has already addressed the nation. New York flooded due to hurricane & # 34; Ida & # 34; According to…

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Collapsed highway, millions of homes without light or sacrifice. Hurricane Ida sweeps across Louisiana

September 1, 2021

Hurricane Ida struck the Louisiana coastline and wreaked havoc, leaving nearly 2 million people without electricity. Officially, one person died, but the governor of the state believes that there will be more victims. Read today in USA.ONE : The devastating effects of Hurricane Ida De-energized homes, water interruptions, devastated neighborhoods and collapsed highway. Hurricane Ida passed Louisiana Wind gusts reached 240 km/h on Sunday, August 29, according to the US…

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NASA says fireball flew over Vermont

August 24, 2021

see a fireball flying in the skies over Vermont. The fireball first appeared at 5:40 pm, more than 50 miles above Mount Mansfield Forest. According to NASA, the bright meteor was moving at more than 42 thousand miles per hour. “The space object was severely shattered, creating a pressure wave that shook buildings and emitted a sound that was heard by those who were close to the trajectory of movement…

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At least 12 people died due to severe frosts in the Houston area

August 24, 2021

Millions Americans are struggling to survive, unable to stay warm due to severe frosts and power outages for the second day in a row. A woman and child died of carbon monoxide poisoning in Houston. A mother and her 8-year-old daughter were pronounced dead after police found them during a health check at a home on rue La Roche. After the power outage, the family put the car in the…

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At least 21 people died after rains and floods in Tennessee

August 23, 2021

At least , 21 people have died and 20 more have gone missing after heavy rain and flooding swept parts of Tennessee, damaging homes, knocking down trees and overturning cars, officials said Sunday. Twenty people died in Waverley, a small town about 75 miles west of Nashville, said Grant Gillespie, the city's chief of public safety. “We have suffered a crushing loss,” he told a news conference. The number of…

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13 people, including 10 children, were killed due to the effects of tropical storm Claudette

July 21, 2021

Claudette regained tropical storm status on Monday morning-approaching the coast of the Carolinas less than two days after 13 people died due to the effects of the storm in Alabama. Tragic incidents included a multi-vehicle accident in Butler County that claimed the lives of 9 children. According to authorities, eight of the children, ages 4 to 17, were traveling in a Tallapoosa County Girls Ranch car. The youth ranch provides…

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