Winter Storm

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A storm—wind speed between 48 and 55 knots—accompanied by freezing or near-freezing precipitation—snow, ice or sleet
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Some areas outside of the main area of the storm have also been feeling the effects of Winter Storm Wesley.
Multiple winter storms and extreme cold led to 45 deaths and cost the U.S.
"Winter storms can be very busy times for public safety services and response times may be longer due to severe weather and the need to take additional precautions when responding," said Fire Chief Joseph Schelstreet.
More than 70 million people are under a winter storm watch, warning or advisory from the Appalachians to Boston.
#UAE Citizens: A winter storm warning is in effect for the #US East Coast area from Monday night through Tuesday evening.
* Winter storm flooding is possible so keep your phones and accessories like charges in a sealed plastic bag to avoid water damage.
Headlines ( Article MRec ), pagematch: 1, sectionmatch: 1 The explosive winter storm has already claimed lives of 12 individuals, US media outlets reported.
He added that the time following the end of the winter storm is the best time for maintenance operations as it is the time when water use de- creases in Egypt.
For most rural folk, this means the possibility of winter storms and freezing or frozen precipitation.
Georgia Power, an electric subsidiary of Southern Company (NYSE: SO), has restored service to more than 67,000 customers, or more than 98 percent of all customers, impacted by Winter Storm Helena.
US communications holding company AT&T (NYSE:T) announced on Friday that it has an arsenal of disaster response equipment and personnel on standby as a major winter storm hits Tennessee.
The Weather Channel has been naming winter storms since 2012, but their choice for this year's snowmageddon is a little strangenot because the name Jonas has nothing to do with colossal amounts of precipitation, but because it does.