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Severe Weather Battering Holiday Plans
Record rainfall puts a damper on the start of the college football season.
Powerful Winds Damage Homes in North Carolina
Severe storms continue to hit the U.S. with strong winds and heavy rainfall.
Severe Weather System on the Move Across US
In the meantime, we turn to the breaking weather headline this evening, a massive system on the move tonight. 100 million Americans watching the skies over the next 24 hours. And look at this. The national weather service already confirming at least one tornado with winds more than 100 miles an
Heavy Rain Brings Flash Floods Forcing Evacuations in Memphis
We begin with the severe weather winding up with another strike on the most battered stretches of the country. 30 million people on the alert. The trouble is on the move. In Minneapolis after weeks of rain and flooding they are using kayaks to get around. In Wisconsin high winds knocked tree
Minnesota Rivers Rising as Forecast Calls for More Drenching Rain
flooding concerns stretching across several states. Eight major rivers swollen. More drenching rain and severe weather on the way. In Illinois this was the picture through the windshield. Drivers faced flash flooding. Roadways suddenly disappearing. In Illinois entire neighborhoods surrounded by
California's Battle Against Sweeping Wildfires
We begin on the front lines of California's battle against those sweeping wildfires. Six still raging this Saturday. The damage mounting tonight. More than 25,000 acres burned. A huge stretch of San Diego county looking much like this tonight. This hillside in carlsbad scorched Earth in every
Storm Watch: Wicked Weather Throughout Midwest
More than 30 million people facing severe weather. A massive system left its mark. In Illinois, this is one family's back deck, covered with hail the size of golf balls. In Michigan, a major cleanup. Families spending their Sunday cleaning up. This system is on the move. ABC's gio Benitez has the
Falling Ice Closes Streets Around 1 World Trade Center
Pedestrians are re-routed to avoid potential danger around Manhattan's tallest building.
Super Bowl forecast: High of 36
NEW YORK -- With less than a week to go before the Super Bowl, the forecast is starting to shape up. Accuweather now predicts a high of 36 degrees with the possibility of snow showers on Feb. 2. There is the possibility that it will be a milder day, and that precipitation turns to rain, but it