Millions hunker down as storm hits eastern US

Millions hunker down as storm hits eastern US

2022-01-17 01:56:00 PM

Millions hunker down as storm hits eastern US

he National Weather Service (NWS) said the storm was bringing a miserable combination of heavy snow, freezing rain and high winds.

NEW YORK - Millions of Americans hunkered down as a major winter storm hit the eastern United States with heavy snow and ice knocking power out for an estimated 130,000 customers as of early Monday.In all, more than 80 million people fell under the winter weather alerts, US media reported.

AFP | Stefani ReynoldsMore than 3,000 flights within, into or out of the United States were canceled Sunday.Drivers were warned of hazardous road conditions and major travel headaches from Arkansas in the south all the way up to Maine, on the Canadian border.

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Monday 17 January 2022 - 7:02am Drivers have been warned of major travel headaches from Arkansas in the South all the way up to Maine AFP | Stefani Reynolds NEW YORK - Millions of Americans hunkered down as a major winter storm hit the eastern United States with heavy snow and ice knocking power out for an estimated 130,000 customers as of early Monday. The National Weather Service (NWS) said the storm was bringing a miserable combination of heavy snow, freezing rain and high winds, impacting the southeast and coastal mid-Atlantic before moving up to New England and southern Canada. A swath from the upper Ohio Valley north to the lower Great Lakes region could expect more than a foot (30 centimeters) of snow Monday, it warned. In all, more than 80 million people fell under the winter weather alerts, US media reported. About 235,000 were without power Sunday but by early Monday that had fallen to around 130,000 along the east coast and Kentucky as supplies were restored, according to the website PowerOutage.US. More than 80 million people fell under the winter weather alerts, US media reported AFP | Stefani Reynolds The storm spawned damaging tornadoes in Florida and flooding in coastal areas, while in the Carolinas and up through the Appalachians icy conditions and blustery winds raised concerns. Transport was seriously disrupted, with thousands of flights canceled, and a portion of busy interstate highway I-95 closed in North Carolina. More than 3,000 flights within, into or out of the United States were canceled Sunday. Charlotte Douglas International Airport in North Carolina was the worst-affected with 95 percent of its flights grounded, according to the FlightAware website. A further 1,200 flights had been canceled early Monday. State of emergency Drivers were warned of hazardous road conditions and major travel headaches from Arkansas in the south all the way up to Maine, on the Canadian border. Children sled at Capitol Hill during a snowstorm in Washington AFP | Stefani Reynolds Georgia Governor Brian Kemp had declared a state of emergency on Friday, and snowplows were at work before noon to clear the roads. Virginia and North Carolina also declared states of emergency. Virginia State Police said on Twitter they had responded to almost 1,000 crashes and disabled vehicles on Sunday."Mostly vehicle damage. No reported traffic deaths," the force said. A"multi-vehicle backup," along with minor crashes, had earlier stopped traffic on a major interstate in the southern part of the state. North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper said on Twitter that up to a foot of snow had fallen in some areas by midday, and that"significant icing is causing trouble in the Central part of the state" as he reminded people to stay inside and avoid travel if possible. Also in North Carolina, students were shaken up after the storm caused the roof of a college residence hall to collapse, according to a local ABC news station, though no one was hurt. "Very scary," Brevard College sophomore Melody Ferguson told the station."I'm still shaking to this moment." Around 3,000 flights within, into or out of the United States were canceled by Sunday evening AFP | Stefani Reynolds The NWS even reported some snow flurries in Pensacola, Florida, while usually mild Atlanta, Georgia also saw snow. The storm is expected to cause some coastal flooding, and the NWS warned that winds could near hurricane force on the Atlantic coast. The northeastern United States already experienced snow chaos earlier this month. When a storm blanketed the northeast, hundreds of motorists were stuck for more than 24 hours on a major highway linking to the capital Washington. Source