Small tornado reported near Gary, Indiana, amid Midwestern storm onslaught

A tornado that touched down in parts of the Midwest this week spawned a brief tornado that struck northwestern Indiana before moving into Lake Michigan as a source of water, the National Weather Service said. An EF-1 tornado with speeds of up to 90 mph touched down in Lake County, Indiana, about a mile east […]

Powerful storm approaching California could dump 10 feet of snow in the Sierra Nevada

California is bracing for a powerful winter storm that could bring up to 10 feet of snow and high winds to the Sierra Nevada mountains. “A second winter storm will impact the West Coast on Thursday and Friday,” the National Weather Service (NWS) Weather Prediction Center announced. mentioned in the prediction discussion Thursday. “The storm […]

California Facing Another Record Winter Storm with Historic Snowfall

The extended storm is expected to begin Thursday and continue into Sunday. In the Sierra Nevada Snowstorm warning Effective when there is a chance of historic snowfall, with up to 12 feet of snow possible. While mountains will bear the brunt of the impact, a similar weather system in the Bay Area is expected to […]

Severe thunderstorms, tornadoes stun Midwest amid bizarre February storm surge

Severe thunderstorms and rare tornadoes have stunned people in the Midwest in recent days, with severe weather reported from the Chicago suburbs to eastern Michigan. Power was out in much of the Great Lakes region, homes and barns were destroyed, and fallen trees were scattered. No weather-related injuries have yet been reported. The severe thunderstorms […]

Mellman: Any number in a storm — looking to predict elections

We want to know who will win the presidency. We become like sailors who choose “any port in the storm.” The phrase originated in his 1749 British erotic novel Fanny Hill, and entered American politics in 1841 as Winfield Scott’s presidential primary campaign slogan. Today, we’re not looking for ports, but for any numbers that […]

ESPN’s Jay Bilas Suggests Arresting Fans Who Storm the Court

ESPN analyst and former Duke University player Jay Bilas blames fans for storming the court after a Blue Devils player was injured on Saturday, saying fans should be punished for their actions. did. Bilas was part of ESPN. first take, where is he Said The show’s hosts argued they needed to prevent a legal battle, […]


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