A string of schools are closed or on a delayed opening schedule in parts of the Northeast, including in Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island in the aftermath of a severe winter storm.
Severe storm systems heading to parts of the Central states, and potentially spreading south and east, are predicted to cause major travel disruptions on the busiest day of the year for Thanksgiving holiday commuters.
Storms whipped across the Northeast on Thursday night, bringing fierce winds and causing trees to fall.
Severe weather affected many parts of the eastern United States on Thursday evening and Friday morning.
A low pressure system is expected to bring thunderstorms and rain to trick-or-treaters all the way from the Deep South to much of the East Coast on Thursday.
Super Typhoon Hagibis has killed dozens of people in Japan as the government mobilizes thousands of troops to assist in rescue efforts.
At least 33 people have died in Japan after Typhoon Hagibis —reportedly one of the most powerful storms to hit the area since the 1950s—tore across the country this weekend.
A winter storm unlike any since 1934 could bring more than 50 inches of snow to western Montana and northern Idaho, according to the National Weather Service.
Karen hit Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands, while Lorenzo is not expected to make landfall in any U.S. territories.
Organizations are looking for goods, food, cash and even blood donations to help those affected by the storms.
Around 38,000 people across Alabama and Georgia were left without power on Sunday.
One customer who said she was onboard the Celebrity Constellation described the situation as "organised chaos."
The states are still recovering from the effects of Hurricane Florence.
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One woman was hit by lightning.
Producers have been hit by four hail storms in recent weeks and they fear harsh weather long before harvest could become a trend.
An area of low pressure near Mexico's Yucatán Peninsula could morph into a tropical storm in the coming days.
Hurricane Ophelia is headed away from the U.S. coast toward Europe
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The storm has strengthened to a category 4 hurricane and could reach the southeast coast of the United States by the weekend.