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Weather Threat in U.S.

Weather Threat in U.S.

Approximately 33 million people in the United States experienced difficult weather this Sunday. The heavy storm is potentially starting from southeast Oklahoma into northeast and east-central Texas. The storm can possibly generate storms and hail, particularly over northeast Texas. Weather reports on CNN say that the threat will start moving east on Monday (including cities of Houston, Cleveland and Memphis, Tennessee. So keep an eye on flight schedules if you plan on flying home Monday or Tuesday.

In addition to this storm, Saturday morning a tornado struck in Eastland County, Texas where one person was killed and another person was significantly injured. On the other side, a “late-season winter storm” is moving over the Central Rockies into the Plains. These mountains have seen more than 17 inches of snow. Others parts such as Wyoming and Nebraska also getting this heavy snow and this makes traveling more dangerous. If you’re flying after finals be sure to arrive at the airport with plenty of time to figure things out. The last thing you want to happen is to be stranded at the airport after a long week of final exams. Safe travels collegiettes!


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