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November 26th, 2014
11:38 PM ET

Storm snarls Thanksgiving travel rush

A storm is causing problems for Thanksgiving travelers trying to get away for the holiday. Hundreds of flights are canceled, thousands more are delayed and roads along parts of the East Coast are a mess. Chad Myers has the latest on what's in store.
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November 21st, 2014
12:34 AM ET

Buffalo buried: Can the roofs stand up to the snow?

Over the last three days, Buffalo, New York got hit with as much snow as the city usually sees all year. The storm is blamed for the deaths of at least ten people. As two more feet fell today, fears are growing that roofs across the area are not going to be able to handle all of the weight. Martin Savidge is in Buffalo where a warming trend could increase the danger.

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November 19th, 2014
10:04 PM ET

Buffalo buried: Stories from the storm

Parts of the Buffalo, New York area have already been hit with more than six feet of snow and forecasters are warning several more feet are on the way. Several people have already died in this storm. While, a pregnant mother who couldn't make it to the hospital in time gave birth in a fire house and others were stranded in the snow.

Chrissy Hazard was at home with her husband, a friend and seven children when a wall of snow broke through the back door and trapped everyone inside. She spoke with Anderson from inside the house.

Bethany Hojnacki went into labor during the storm and couldn't make it to the hospital. While her husband Jared was out in the snow, he ran into a firefighter who happened to be helping a stranded labor and delivery nurse. Bethany gave birth to her daughter Lucy Grace at a nearby fire house, then another stranded nurse arrived. She specialized in maternity and caring for newborns. Jared Hojnacki told Anderson his story and said 'God was really with the people who needed him.'

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November 18th, 2014
10:15 PM ET

Freezing temps hit all 50 states as Buffalo gets buried in snow

It is technically still autumn, but Buffalo, New York is in the middle of an arctic blast that could leave six feet of snow on the ground. The entire country is feeling the chill with sub-freezing temperatures being recorded in all 50 states. Martin Savidge is in the middle of the snow in Buffalo where New York's Governor has declared a state of emergency.

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November 11th, 2014
10:06 PM ET

Trying to stay warm in the middle of the arctic blast

It doesn't matter that the calendar says it is still autumn, millions of people across the U.S. are dealing with some serious winter weather. There is snow, bitter winds and freezing temperatures reaching the Rockies across to the heartland. Gary Tuchman reports from Billings, Montana, one of the coldest spots in the country. Temperatures are so low there that he is able to turn boiling water into snow.

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November 10th, 2014
11:08 PM ET

Get ready for a big blast of arctic weather

A monstrous storm dipping out of Canada is dumping snow across the upper midwest and it's bringing windy conditions along with it. The storm is expected to head east where temperatures are expected to plummet 20 degrees below normal. Chad Myers has the latest.
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November 7th, 2014
10:09 PM ET

Bracing for next week's polar vortex

For millions of Americans, last winter was one to forget. It was one of the coldest winters in roughly two decades. That was thanks in part to a phenomenon known as the polar vortex. Much of the country is bracing to get hit with a blustery blast when a new polar vortex is set to swoop down next week. Jennifer Gray has more.

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February 28th, 2014
09:59 PM ET

Torrential rain hits bone-dry California

California is in the middle of its worst drought in 100 years. It seems like any rain would be good news right now. But the storm hitting bone-dry areas of Southern California is creating flash floods and mudslides. Kyung Lah has the latest.

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February 28th, 2014
09:57 PM ET

No relief from the deep freeze

Illinois' Kankakee river is so jammed with ice that it could create a massive flood once the warm weather returns. Ice levels are already starting to go down. But will nearby residents be ready if the water rises? Gary Tuchman has the latest.

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February 27th, 2014
09:53 PM ET

Will an Illinois community go from frozen to flooded?

The deep freeze has left an Illinois river looking more like a glacier. But it is not the cold weather that has nearby residents frightened. When temperatures start to rise and the river begins to flow, the ice may cause catastrophic flooding. Gary Tuchman has the latest.

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