Yes, it’s April 16. And yes, it’s still freezing

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An unusual cold snap will have people as far south as Louisiana reaching for their winter coats Wednesday.

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Girl believed swept away as floods slam South

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Rescuers scoured a Mississippi neighborhood on Monday for a 9-year-old who appeared to be swept away by flood waters the night before, while floods in Alabama stranded people in cars and homes in a turbulent morning across the American South.

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Tornadoes reported from Texas to Illinois in three-hour span

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Tornadoes were reported from Texas to Illinois late Thursday with the region also battered by high winds and baseball-sized hail.

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Which cities bore the brunt of winter’s wrath?

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Will the first day of spring put an end to all this chilly weather? Here’s which cities might be especially happy winter is ending.

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Niagara Falls stuns in sub-freezing temps

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A partially frozen Niagara Falls is seen on the American side during sub freezing temperatures in Niagara Falls, Ontario, on Sunday.

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Winter wallop: Major storm pounds Midwest, heads east

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Bundle up! A huge winter storm began pounding the Midwest early today, while the Northeast braced for its effects overnight – just in time to snarl the Monday morning commute.

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Landslides feared as heavy rain pours down on parched California

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The first of back-to-back rain storms swept the length of California on Wednesday, canceling flights and threatening floods and deadly landslides.

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First snow, now twisters? Tornadoes loom over eight states

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The weather roller coaster took another wild swing Thursday as near-record snow gave way to tornado warnings and wicked thunderstorms.

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Worst winter ever? Snow challenges records in some cities

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The winter of our discontent isn’t over. The Northeast will enjoy a brief warm-up this week, but meteorologists are warning residents across a wide swath of the country to brace for at least another month of bone-chilling temperatures, ice and snow.

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49 of 50 states have snow as drifts pile up

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Ice storm leaves 500K shivering without power across Southeast

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More than half a million people in the Southeast woke up to a cold and dark Thursday after the second vicious ice storm in as many weeks caused widespread power outages.

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Is Atlanta ready? ‘Catastrophic’ ice storm zeroes in

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Forecasters used words like “catastrophic” and “historic” Tuesday to describe an ice storm heading toward Georgia and other areas of the Southeast before it moves up the coast to hit a beleaguered Northeast later in the week.

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Georgia Prepares Heavily as South Expects Another Wintry Blow

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Atlanta won’t get fooled again.

The South is bracing for another blast of winter weather starting Monday night, and Georgia and its biggest city are determined to avoid a repeat of last month’s disaster.

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Snow, Ice Confound Commute, Knock Out Power in Latest Blast

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Nearly one in four Americans were under storm warnings and hundreds of thousands were without power Wednesday as the winter blast that wreaked havoc across the nation’s midsection roared into the Northeast.

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Second winter storm to dump up to a foot of snow on Northeast, Midwest

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Winter’s relentless wrath resumed Tuesday as another snowstorm sweeps across a two thousand-mile stretch of the country, threatening to cut power and snarl traffic for as many as 100 million people.

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