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Disruptive Thanksgiving-week storm affecting much of the East as holiday travel rush begins

By Elizabeth Wolfe, Sara Tonks and Mary Gilbert, CNN (CNN) — A storm system pushing across the eastern US ahead of Thanksgiving is delivering widespread impacts on Tuesday, threatening to disrupt holiday travel with severe thunderstorms, drenching rain and snow. Live Updates: See the latest on delays and disruptions as Thanksgiving travel gets underway At

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Several tornadoes reported as dangerous storms fire up, threatening 20 million from Texas to the Southeast

By Robert Shackelford, Mary Gilbert and Steve Almasy, CNN (CNN) — Dangerous thunderstorms rumbled to life across parts of the South on Monday as more than 20 million people from eastern Texas to the Southeast faced a threat of damaging winds, hail and potentially strong tornadoes. The severe thunderstorms moved across eastern Texas and the

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Thousands without power after heavy rain and high winds lash South Florida metro areas

By Aya Elamroussi and Mary Gilbert, CNN (CNN) — Torrential rain and powerful winds knocked out power across South Florida metro areas and prompted school closures on Thursday. Overnight flash flood warnings expired early Thursday, but South Florida could see periodic light rainfall through the day, particularly along the East Coast. Flood watches that affected millions

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Drenching rain on its way to quench Louisiana’s worst drought on record

By Mary Gilbert, CNN Meteorologist (CNN) — The Gulf Coast’s most significant rainfall in months will bring much-needed relief this week to portions of the Gulf Coast, helping to alleviate Louisiana’s worst drought on record – one that’s fueled unprecedented wildfires and helped trigger an alarming saltwater intrusion into the Mississippi River. Exceptional drought –

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Storm Ciarán batters Northwest Europe, killing at least 4 people and cutting 1 million off power grids

By Robert Shackelford, Laura Paddison, Joseph Ataman and Tara Subramaniam, CNN Paris (CNN) — Storm Ciarán has brought hurricane-strength winds to France, the Channel Islands and southern England, leaving more than a million people without access to electricity and forcing hundreds of schools to close. The storm has claimed at least four lives, two in

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