In the US, 50 million people are on high alert for avalanches and floods National Journal

In the US, 50 million people are on high alert for avalanches and floods  National Journal

Avalanche on the east coast U.S. This Monday (17) affected millions of Americans.

All cities are white. From the top, where the snow has already passed, the view is calm. But the situation of those who found themselves on the road in the middle of the storm was quite different. A truck skidded off the road (Watch the video above).

Two killed in North Carolina crash On Sunday (16) alone, there were more than 600 people.

The avalanche has left 50 million Americans on high alert. More than 1,600 flights across the country were canceled – Including flights departing from Brazil U.S. This Sunday night (16). This Monday morning, the airport in Charlotte, North Carolina, was empty.

Inn Nova York, The snow that had stopped falling during the day returned this Monday evening. It continued to rain in many parts of the United States. When it rains, the temperature is very low, freezing the water and affecting the power cables. That’s what happened in South Carolina, where 200,000 people are still without electricity.

When the storm passed, the population now worked with the help of machines, so everything returned to normal as soon as possible.

The Met Office has forecast heavy snowfall this week and flooding along the coast.

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