New Hampshire's Mount Washington Observatory posted a photo of frozen spaghetti to its Facebook page after recording a temperature of minus-26 degrees.
Delbert Pratt went out to move his vehicle to higher ground and did not return, said his wife, who reported him missing.
At one point, a boat crew rescues two stranded people who are standing on a pickup truck that's almost completely submerged.
"Crews have made substantial progress since Tuesday morning directing travelers," said the Virginia DOT.
D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser declared a "Snow Emergency," leading a number of public agencies to shutter their doors.
A National Weather Service crew was scheduled to survey damage caused by storms in Georgia after the service's office said "a likely tornado" caused the damage.
"This is one that rips at the very fabric of who we are," Gov. Andy Beshear said while announcing the latest death related to the tornadoes that hit the state.
Arthur Yap, governor of Bohol province, said if the government does not send more food and aid, his residents might get desperate and hungry and start looting.
"I have never experienced such ferocity of the wind in my life and we were not even directly hit," said Iloilo Mayor Jerry Trenas.
A series of powerful storms hit the Midwest this week, with reports of hurricane-strength winds, tornadoes in four states, and 400,000 customers without power.
Rapper Flavor Flav—real name William Jonathan Drayton Jr.—was driving in Los Angeles County on Tuesday when his car was hit by a boulder.
Earlier this week, Los Angeles had a record amount of rainfall, with 2.16 inches of rain, breaking a previous record set in 1888.
Deanna Badillo's home in Mayfield was destroyed in the tornado outbreak that killed at least 88 people.
Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear said Monday the current death total for the tornado is at least 64, as recovery and search efforts continue across the state.
"There's no amount of sympathy that can make you feel any better," Carla Cope said about losing her son. "It's just going to take time."
"It's very likely going to be over 100 people lost here in Kentucky," Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear said.
Indiana resident Katie Posten took to social media to find the family photo's owner, after discovering it on her car, amazingly with no other debris around.
Hawaii is now a under a flood watch after heavy rain left parts of the state under the threat of "significant and life-threatening flooding," according to the National Weather Service.The live updates for this blog have ended.
Well-planned adaptations can prevent storm damage, but cannot solve climate change on their own.
The fourteen-year-old's aunt paid tribute to him saying "sweet, just a smiling, wonderful child who believed in volunteerism."
North Lincolnshire Council paid tribute to the late royal, who died earlier this year.
The storm, which may strengthen to a tropical storm on Tuesday, remained in the middle of the Atlantic and was unlikely to have any direct impact on the U.S.
Wednesday's storms put roughly 65,000 customers without power in Texas and Louisiana.
The National Weather Service watch affects about 23 million people from southern Connecticut to the Jersey Shore. High wind is also forecast for southeast New England.
Heavy rains hitting an area with recent wildfire burn scars can cause an excess of hazardous flows of debris.
"For the safety of each and every one of you, there's just no way we could do this," Ironman participants were told Sunday.
Throughout 2021, the area has experienced an increase in torrential rainfall, flooding, and landslides.
The Pelham Fire Department said that at least 82 residents were rescued from their homes and over 15 others were rescued from vehicles during the flooding.