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Power out for 2 million as US faces down another deadly hurricane
At least three people were killed and more than 2 million residents were left without power in the United States Thursday morning as Zeta continued to carve a path of damage across the South. The storm made history by making landfall in Louisiana on Wednesday afternoon — the fifth named storm of the 2020 Atlantic...
LIVE: Death toll reaches 3 in South as Zeta races into Northeast
The former hurricane continues to unleash damaging impacts across the South as power outages soar past 2 million in total.
Pre-Halloween soaker, fueled by Zeta, to bring dose of wintry weather to Northeast
Drenching rain and gusty winds will make for miserable weather across the region. But, for some communities, it will seemingly transition into winter with up to 10 inches of snow predicted.
The best heated blankets to keep you warm
Using heated blankets is a good way to cut down on thermostat costs, and keep you warm as the weather turns cold.
Winterize Your Home in 5 Steps
We have a blueprint for winterizing your home for the cold months. Drive down energy costs while keeping you and your home warm.
AccuWeather School: Why are city alleyways so windy?
If you live in or have been to a city, you have probably felt a gust of wind when you passed by an alleyway between two big buildings. Why does that happen? Let’s grab some building blocks to find out.