The Northwestern states will not catch a break from the storm onslaught as rounds of rain and mountain snow are expected to persist into the last days of January.
What’s the likelihood that these natural phenomena will pose any significant threats to travelers aboard a ship?
A magnitude 7.9 earthquake struck off the coast of Alaska early Tuesday morning, triggering tsunami warnings from the Aleutian Islands to British Columbia. However, all watches and warnings were later canceled around 3:12 a.m. local time.
A powerful storm unleashed blizzard conditions and over a foot of travel-snarling snow across the midwestern United States to kick off the week.