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Sunday, January 22, 2017

Another Round Of Tornadoes Expected As Death Toll Reaches 15 In Southeast US, I Hope Ever Will Be Safe, Sorry To Hear About Lost Of Life Here, But Now We Going To Hear Again, Al Gore And His Use-less Follower,That You Guess It Global Warming Cause it!

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Residents across the Southeast braced for another round of severe weather on Sunday, after a storm system left at least 15 dead across the region and injured dozens more. 
The National Weather Service said Sunday that southern Georgia, northern Florida and the corner of southeastern Alabama could face unusually strong "long track" tornadoes, damaging winds and large hail. Long track tornadoes, which plow on for miles, were also a real risk.
The weather serviced issued a "Particularly Dangerous Situation" Tornado Watch issued for parts of Georgia, Florida and Atlanta until 8 p.m. ET, including Jacksonville and Tallahassee.
The weather service's Storm Prediction Center warned on its website of a "dangerous outbreak of tornadoes" on Sunday afternoon and pressed for residents to prepare. Long track tornadoes, somewhat rare and capable of staying on the ground for 20 or more miles, were possible.
There are 4.8 million people under the high risk area; the total area of bad weather in the Southeast, who fall under the slight risk category or worse, is about 38 million people.
http://www.foxnews.com/us/2017/01/22/11-people-killed-in-georgia-following-severe-weather.html

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Calling Al Gore , US blizzard 2016: Seventeen Pictures Thar Sum Up Al Gore Wrong, The Snowstorm Look At All That Global Warming And You Say The Planet Getting Hotter?

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PostedJan 6 2017 05:0People in the eastern part of the United States face a huge clear-up operation on Monday following a massive snow storm that brought many cities to a halt.
Public transport is expected to be severely restricted, roads remain dangerous and government offices and schools are all likely to remain closed or operate on reduced hours.
Near record snowfall swept from the capital to New York, with at least 29 deaths reported since Friday.

West Virginia




West Virginia University college students ski on High Street in Morgantown (25 January 2016)Image copyrightAP
Image captionStudents in West Virginia have found that skis are the best form of transport

New York




Cars moves on the FDR Drive, cleared of snow, in New York on Sunday (24 January 2016)Image copyrightAP
Image captionTraffic is slowly returning to the streets of New York
A man clears his car with a shovel near Central Park (24 January 2015)Image copyrightAFP
Image captionAll over New York people are digging out snowed-in vehicles
Hundreds of people enjoy the snow at the Bethesda Fountain in Central Park in New York (24 January 2016)Image copyrightEPA
Image captionOn Sunday, some were able to enjoy the snow at the Bethesda Fountain in Central Park
Bernie, a nine-year-old rescued Saint Bernard and his owners walk down the steps at Bethesda Fountain in the Central Park in New YorkImage copyrightEPA
Image captionThe weather in recent days has been perfect for Bernie, a nine-year-old rescued Saint Bernard

New Jersey




An employee of a liquor store cleans the floor after it flooded following a blizzard on in Stone Harbor, New Jersey (24 January 2016)Image copyrightGETTY IMAGES
Image captionThe clear-up operation has also began in earnest in Stone Harbor, New Jersey
Signs warned beach goers not to enter as a result of the blizzard in Stone Harbor, New Jersey (24 January 2016)Image copyrightGETTY IMAGES
Image captionSigns warned beach goers not to enter as a result of the blizzard in Stone Harbor

Washington DC




Discarded alcohol bottles sit in the snow in the Friendship Heights neighbourhood of WashingtonImage copyrightEPA
Image captionPiles of snow still remain in the Friendship Heights neighbourhood of Washington
Residents of Belt Road make the best of the snowstorm with a post-blizzard bonfire, complete with roasted marshmallows and mulled wine (24 January 2016)Image copyrightEPA
Image captionResidents of the Belt Road area of Washington made the best of the weather on Sunday night by holding a post-blizzard bonfire
People sled and play in the snow on the hill below the US Capitol in Washington (24 January 2016)Image copyrightREUTERS
Image captionOutside the US Congress on Sunday, hundreds turned up with sledges as fine weather followed the heavy snowfall
Snow covers a wall near the US Capitol in Washington (24 January 2016)Image copyrightREUTERS
Image captionThe big thaw is expected to begin in earnest on Monday
Frank Courtell clears snow with an electric snow blower on his driveway after a snowstorm inside the Washington DCImage copyrightREUTERS
Image captionCommuters on Monday are expected to have a tougher-than-normal journey to work

Virginia




A man digs out snow outside his home in Great Falls, Virginia (25 January 2016)Image copyrightREUTERS
Image captionIn Great Falls, some awoke earlier on Monday morning to get to work on time
Trees cast shadows onto the snow in Falls Church, Virginia (24 January 2016)Image copyrightREUTERS
Image captionFor most, travelling on foot remains the best way to get around

Pennsylvania




A man bikes down Broad Street in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (24 January 2016)Image copyrightGETTY IMAGES
Image captionRoads have slowly begun reopening in parts of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
A girl walks through a narrow shovelled path in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (24 January 2016)Image copyrightGETTY IMAGES
Image captionBut many still have to make their way through snow-shovelled paths

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