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Severe weather News

Ten Tennessee homes destroyed, dozens damaged by severe storms

Speedwell - Emergency officials in Tennessee are going door to door in Claiborne County, searching for possible victims after strong storms ripped through the area.
In the Media by Greta McClain

135,000 without power as severe storms sweep through France

As severe summer storms swept through France this weekend, over 100,000 people are left without electricity. Heavy winds blew down a pavilion in one town and 30 people were injured.
In the Media by Leigh Goessl - 3 comments

Small Manitoba town cleans up after possible tornado touchdown

Pipestone - While Manitoba hardly compares with US states like Texas, Oklahoma and Kansas for tornadoes, at times southern Manitoba and Saskatchewan do experience them. Pipestone in southwestern Manitoba appears to have been hit by one the other day.
In the Media by Ken Hanly

April blizzard shuts down most of Central U.S. Special

A spring blizzard now being called Winter Storm Walda closed airports and freeways in the Central United States. The storm caused a train to derail, widespread damage and brought normal life to a standstill.
Digital Journal Report by Micki Hogan - 4 comments

State of Emergency issued as tornadoes rip through Mississippi Special

Hattiesburg - A supercell storm system making its way through Mississippi and Alabama has spawned at least one tornado in Mississippi, injuring at least three people in Hattiesburg.
Digital Journal Report by Greta McClain - 1 comment

Atlantic Canada hammered by massive winter storm

Fredericton - The massive winter storm that closed down Boston and most airports in the US northeast and Toronto has moved on to Atlantic Canada. While not quite as potent, the storm left thousands without power and caused dozens of flight cancellations.
In the Media by Karl Gotthardt - 8 comments

Photo: Lighting strikes bright enough to be seen from space

A severe storm system that stretched from the Gulf of Mexico to the Great Lakes sparked two lighting flashes large enough to be seen from outer space.
In the Media by Greta McClain

Southeast United States battered by severe storms Special

Severe weather ripped through much of the south eastern United States on Wednesday, killing two people and leaving a path of destruction that stretches hundreds of miles.
Digital Journal Report by Greta McClain

Strong storms, tornadoes rip through much of Middle Tennessee Special

Nashville - Much of Middle Tennessee awoke to tornado sirens and severe storms, claiming the life of one person and leaving hundreds with damaged homes and without power.
Digital Journal Report by Greta McClain - 10 comments

Sacramento, California no longer under tornado warning Special

Sacramento - Sacramento, California was under a tornado warning until 4 p.m. PT. Several severe cells had popped during the scare. Other warnings are still in effect for the area.
Digital Journal Report by Al Boe - 4 comments

Major disaster declared in North Carolina, Alabama

While the U.S. Midwest and South remain at risk from severe weather, state officials are assessing the aftermath and are asking residents who were caught in the midst of the storms to report any damage caused to property.
In the Media by Jane Fazackarley

Severe Storms Slam Into US Midwest, Great Lakes

The Great Lakes region is being pounded by heavy storms; however the aftermath still leaves the Midwest warm and muggy. More severe weather is predicted for Ohio and Kentucky on Sunday.
In the Media by Andrew Boggs - 3 comments

Weather is the Story in the South

Here in Natchitoches Parish there is a warning for severe storms that could bring tornadoes, strong winds and hail. This is true for most of the South today, December 9, 2008.
In the Media by Carol Forsloff - 2 comments

Weather Experts Say U.S. Needs Better Protection from Climate Change, Severe Weather

Eight leading professional organizations in the field of weather and climate today called on the next administration and Congress to better protect the United States from severe weather and climate change.
In the Media by Bob Ewing - 2 comments
 

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A portion of a cedar tree was sheered off by winds.
A portion of a cedar tree was sheered off by winds.
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Strong wind gusts topple this tractor trailer in Mt. Juliet.
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Strong wind gusts topple this tractor trailer in Mt. Juliet.
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A large cedar tree was knocked down in Antioch  Tn.
A large cedar tree was knocked down in Antioch, Tn.
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The roads were treacherous in Natchitoches at the outset by midday Friday  as people hoped to get to...
The roads were treacherous in Natchitoches at the outset by midday Friday, as people hoped to get to the Super Bowl, as many were turned back because of severe weather and difficulty driving conditions.
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A tree limb lies in the front yard of an Antioch home.
A tree limb lies in the front yard of an Antioch home.
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Heavy winds blew this large tree down in East Nashville.
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Heavy winds blew this large tree down in East Nashville. Used with permission
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Winds caused a wall collapse and a portion of the roof to be ripped off this Dollar General Store in...
Winds caused a wall collapse and a portion of the roof to be ripped off this Dollar General Store in Mt. Juliet.
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Chez des Amis is a bed and breakfast in Natchitoches  Louisiana run by Scott Lumry and Jim Metcalf  ...
Chez des Amis is a bed and breakfast in Natchitoches, Louisiana run by Scott Lumry and Jim Metcalf, who took two seniors in during cold weather emergencies, following an effort to get to the Super Bowl earlier in the day.
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Snow on the bushes at the post office where we stopped and turned around is often not found this far...
Snow on the bushes at the post office where we stopped and turned around is often not found this far South in Marshall, Texas, as we saw it on the road to Arlington, before we turned back.
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A large tree was blown down  taking out a fence in this East Nashville neighborhood.
A large tree was blown down, taking out a fence in this East Nashville neighborhood.
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A tree narrowly misses cars parked in a driveway.  
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A tree narrowly misses cars parked in a driveway. Used with permission
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Severe storms in East Tennessee produced large hail
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Severe storms in East Tennessee produced large hail
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A Doaks Creek Tennessee home is destroyed by severe weather
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A Doaks Creek Tennessee home is destroyed by severe weather
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