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USWinter Storm Gia Causing Snow Emergency Across The U.S.

08:15  12 january  2019
08:15  12 january  2019 Source:   newsweek.com

The Latest: At least 4 dead in crashes on icy Oklahoma roads

The Latest: At least 4 dead in crashes on icy Oklahoma roads Authorities say at least four people have died and a police officer has been injured in collisions on treacherous roads as a winter storm moves through Oklahoma and Texas. 

Roads and highways are backed up across the midwest as Winter Storm Gia has made her presence known. Gia has most of the midwest in a winter storm warning, with anticipated snowfall ranging from 3 inches to more than a foot. The storm is expected to cover half of the United States with snow and

The same storm that dumped massive amounts of rain and snow throughout parts of California has continued moving eastward, gaining strength across the Rockies and aiming toward greater metro areas like Denver, Kansas City, St Winter Storm Gia Causing Snow Emergency Across The U . S .

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Parts of four major interstate highways in the St. Louis area are backed up Friday night as Winter Storm Gia has announced her presence. Gia has most of the midwest in a winter storm warning, with anticipated snowfall ranging from 3 inches to more than a foot.

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WINTER STORM | Southern U . S . (MUST SEE: Massive storm drops immense snow in just 24 hours). A man cuts a fallen tree blocking a road in Landrum, South Because of icy roads, scores of schools canceled or delayed classes Tuesday across northern Georgia, North Carolina and Virginia.

Brutal Winter Storm Gia sweeps through Midwest and onto the Northeast leaving at least SEVEN dead, thousands without power and 1,800 stranded on highways after heavy snowfall causes hundreds of crashes. Snow has reached 10.1 inches in St Louis, Missouri and could be the most on

The storm is expected to cover half of the United States with snow and ice over the weekend, and more than 57 million people are expected to feel the wrath of Gia.

Gia, which is what The Weather Channel is calling it, should produce heavy snow and some ice accumulation in the Rockies and more than 1,000 miles eastward to Philadelphia and New Jersey. The storm is projected to affect North Carolina and Virgina, and power outages could happen along the storm's path.

"In much of swath from Missouri to southern Ohio, this will heavy and wet and a strain to shovel," AccuWeather meteorologist Bill Deger wrote in a blog post. "The snow will be wet and clinging in nature. Weak tree limbs may give way under the weight of the snow and lead to sporadic power outages."

Deger added that IH-44, IH-64 and IH-70 will be “slow and slippery” as snow accumulates over the next couple of days. In St. Louis on Friday night, parts of I-44, I-55, I-64 and I-70 were partially closed because of current snowfall, and more is on the way.

Much of the heart of Missouri is forecast to receive snow, ice or both throughout the night. The southern half of Iowa is getting ice and snow, and below Missouri, cold rain is falling on the Sun Belt.

The major airport hubs of Denver, St. Louis, Chicago and Cincinnati could expect long delays, directly impacted by snow from WS Gia. Passengers flying to or from outlying airports from Dallas to Detroit and Minneapolis will see residual delays from connecting flights.

Snowstorm blankets mid-Atlantic U.S., at least 7 dead in Midwest

Snowstorm blankets mid-Atlantic U.S., at least 7 dead in Midwest Snowstorm blankets mid-Atlantic U.S., at least 7 dead in Midwest

The winter storm bombed out off the coast of Massachusetts, bringing near-record high tides to the state and feet of snow across the interior The storm began to push into the interior Northeast late that day with heavy rain and moderate snow . Snowfall rates of 1 to 2 inches per hour were observed

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Winter Storm Gia Causing Snow Emergency Across The U.S. © Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images An electronic board shows flight delays and cancellations at O'Hare International Airport after an early winter snowstorm left more than 7 inches of snow at the airport on November 26, 2018 in Chicago, Illinois. The storm also caused scores of traffic accidents and left thousands without power. Some locales along the projected path of Gia could receive up to a foot of snow through Sunday.

The tri-state area of Indiana-Kentucky-Ohio is under a winter storm warning, with many areas already declaring a snow emergency before the storm is expected to hit on Saturday, according to Fox 19 in Cincinnati.

Trump cites massive winter storm to mock global warming.
President Trump in an early morning tweet on Sunday suggested global warming could be helpful as a massive snowstorm dropped several inches of snow and sent temperatures plunging across the Midwest and swaths of the Northeast United States. "Be careful and try staying in your house," Trump advised. "Large parts of the Country are suffering from tremendous amounts of snow and near record setting cold. Amazing how big this system is. Wouldn't be bad to have a little of that good old fashioned Global Warming right now!" Be careful and try staying in your house.

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