Millions of Americans endured bone-chilling temperatures, blizzard conditions, power outages and canceled holiday gatherings on Friday from a winter storm that forecasters said was nearly unprecedented in its scope, exposing about 60% of the US population to some sort of winter weather advisory or warning.
Hairdresser Grisel Garcés survived a harrowing, four-month journey from her native Venezuela through tropical jungles, migrant detention centers in southern Mexico and then jolting railcar rides north toward the US border. Now on the Mexican side of the Rio Grande across from El Paso, Texas, she’s anxiously awaiting
The aid includes 2,500 home electric generators, the power of each generator ranges from 3.5 kilowatts to 8 kilowatts, as these generators will contribute to providing energy for civilian homes, which will help alleviate the difficulties faced by the families affected by the crisis.
"We have not seen so much hail during the winter season in 15 years," Muhammad Karam, a former director of Kuwait's meteorological department, said.
Pictures of snowy towns and landscapes across New South Wales (NSW), Victoria, the Australia Capital Territory and the island state of Tasmania flooded social media as locals rushed to capture the surprise early spring snowfall.
Many people struggled to cross the icy stretch, but it was one particular woman whose attempt struggle was extraordinary. A CCTV camera captured the moment.
If there is one thing that emerges from the coronavirus pandemic, it is this: that the UAE can be tough as nails when it comes to weathering challenges. And Dubai is no exception. The commercial, entertainment and lifestyle hub is pulling
The NCM said the lowest temperature recorded over the country on Monday morning was around 10.9°C over Jabel jais at 4:30am UAE time.
It’s that time of year when most Western countries are literally buried in a blanket of snow, albeit aggravated by virus concerns. Unlike in this part of the world, it’s not just gentle snowfall coming from the skies; it is like a giant cyclone, pulverising