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Tokyo: 525 People Hospitalized for ‘Falling on Ice’ in Record Snowfall

More than 500 pedestrians and bicyclists were admitted to hospitals across Tokyo between Thursday and Friday for injuries caused by “slipping and falling due to ice and snow on the streets” after the Japanese national capital region experienced its heaviest snowfall in four years, Kyodo News reported on Saturday. “A total of 525 people, aged…

Report: People Stuck in Tram Cars in Icy Weather in New Mexico

Several people were reportedly stuck on the Sandia Peak Tramway in Albuquerque, New Mexico, because of icy weather conditions on Friday, according to KRQE. “According to General Manager Michael Donovan, moisture and winds caused icing to occur on the tramline, causing two tram cars to become stuck near Tower 2 around 10 p.m. Friday,” the…

VIDEO: Crime Increases in Mayfield, Kentucky, After Devastating Tornado

A week following the tornado disaster in Kentucky, residents are getting back on their feet. However, other kinds of problems have also surfaced. Several individuals were arrested Friday for allegedly stealing storm damaged vehicles, copper, and additional items from devastated Mayfield, which was one of areas hardest hit, Fox Weather reported Saturday. The Graves County…

Utility Company Shuts Off Power to 75,000 Californians on Thanksgiving Due to High Winds

Utility company Southern California Edison (SCE) shut off upwards of 75,000 Californians’ power on Thanksgiving Day as strong winds threatened to spark wildfires. Strong winds whipped through the southern portion of the Golden State from Wednesday night through Thursday, prompting the SCE to shut down power Thanksgiving morning to avoid wildfires, the LA Times reported.…

Nor’easter Pummels Massachusetts: Upwards of 490,000 Businesses and Homes Lose Power

A nor’easter battered eastern Massachusetts, leaving over 490,000 businesses and homes without power by midmorning on October 27. The storm wreaked havoc throughout Massachusetts’ hardest-hit areas, including Boston’s south shore, Cape Cod, and Cape Anne, CBS Boston reported. By noontime, the number of customers without electricity was 494,381. Several communities remain entirely without power, according to…

Coal Mines Making Comeback as Biden and Company Head to Climate Change Summit

Next week President Joe Biden and 13 members of his cabinet will fly to Glasgow, Scotland, to attend the United Nation’s climate summit where he and other world leaders will vie to make the greatest commitments to fight so-called climate change. The trip comes as domestic crises continue and the coal industry that Barack Obama…

Hurricane Ida Aftermath: 63 Dead Nationwide and 600,000 in Louisiana Without Power

The death toll of Hurricane Ida and her remnants continues to rise as it is now confirmed 63 have died nationwide, while another 600,000 are without electricity in Louisiana. Sunday night saw an increase in death as one of the 600,000 Louisianans still without power perished. A 74-year-old New Orleans man succame to heat exhaustion because…

Tropical Storm Henri Careens Toward New York with Hurricane-Strength Winds

The Tropical Storm dubbed Henri is moving toward New York with hurricane-strength winds and possible storm surges. The weather has closed local beaches and caused officials to issue severe weather warnings for Eastern Long Island, the New York Post reported Friday: Henri is expected to hit the Hamptons as a category one hurricane around 7…
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“Early Spring, Winter Is Over?” – New Weather Models Suggest Warmer Weather Nears 

After a brutal February plunged much of the US into a deep-freeze with multiple winter storms due to the split in the polar vortex (something we warned about in early January), one group of meteorologists are suggesting winter could be over for some areas as spring is ahead. "So early spring, winter is over? There is literally no winter in…
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Civil War 2.0 Weather Report: The Tsunami Begins, But You Knew That…

Authored by John Wilder via WilderWealthyWise.com, “If we can stop him, we shall prevent the collapse of Western Civilization.  No pressure.” – Sherlock Holmes:  A Game of Shadows In the first issue of the Civil War Weather Report, I put together ten steps to a new civil war.  I did not expect that on the one year anniversary…

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