The severe weather has once again wrapped its grip across the United States. Several states are under the influence of snow storms and floods. Over 20 million people are suffering due to harsh weather. Up to four feet of snow has fallen in Sierra, while Denver Airport has been closed for flight operations. Minnesota and South Dakota have received over two feet of snow, and dozens of vehicles are buried in the snow.
Floods and tornadoes have caused destruction in Alabama, Arkansas, and Kentucky. A similar situation has occurred in San Francisco and Sacramento. After heavy rainfall, California is facing a flooding situation.
People across the US are facing difficulties in transportation and performing everyday chores. About 11,000 people lived without power in California on Tuesday night due to heavy snow.
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