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Power slowly coming back in wake of ice storm

Posted: 12/12/2007 - A mixture of snow, sleet and light rain has been falling this morning across parts of Texas and Oklahoma, where it could be up to 10 days before power is fully restored.

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Crashes in ice storm kill 2 in Michigan

Posted: 12/12/2007 - An ice and snow-covered road led 58-year-old Allen Smith to lose control of his car, killing him in a two-vehicle crash in Montcalm County. The Grand Rapids Press reports the occupants of the SUV were treated for minor injuries.

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Crash in ice storm kills Michigan high school student

Posted: 12/12/2007 - Sheriff's Commander Dave Egeler says Tyler Steffie was a back seat passenger in a car with two other Dexter High School students when the car skidded on the road and struck a tree Tuesday. The others had minor injuries.

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Storm ices roads from southern Plains to Northeast

Posted: 12/11/2007 - Oklahoma utilities say a half-million customers were blacked out as power lines snapped under the weight of ice and falling tree branches, the biggest power outage in state history.

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Subtropical Storm Olga forms over the Virgin Islands

Posted: 12/11/2007 - The storm is east of Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic with maximum sustained winds near 45 miles per hour and forecasters say some strengthening is possible before the storm reaches the Dominican Republic.

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Ice storm warnings in effect for northern Indiana

Posted: 12/11/2007 - The warning area stretches across the northern part of the state from Michigan City to Angola. Forecasters expect one-quarter to one-half inch of ice accumulation by the end of the day.

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Winter weather round-up

Updated: 12/10/2007 - Road crews are at work, and it may be time to winterize your car. But doctors say the roads may not be the only thing to worry about after an ice storm.

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At least 13 deaths blamed on icy road conditions

Posted: 12/10/2007 - Yesterday in Oklahoma, ice accumulations were already being reported at a half-inch thick, and forecasters say it could build up to as much as an inch thick in the Oklahoma City metropolitan area.

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Ice storm continues its trek across U.S.

Posted: 12/10/2007 - A National Weather Service forecaster in Norman, Oklahoma, says today could be even worse than yesterday because it will be colder. The storm is blamed in at least six highway deaths in just Oklahoma. Many of the state's roads are slick and hazardous.

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Storm front moves east after hitting Southern California

Posted: 12/07/2007 - Up to three inches of rain had been expected in Orange County canyons that were burned bare by wildfires earlier in the year. About 1,000 homes were ordered evacuated in the area as a precaution yesterday, but only about half the expected amount of rain fell overnight.

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High waters make residents wait to return

Posted: 12/05/2007 - Hundreds of people were evacuated during two days of high winds and heavy rains. A Washington state mother of three says she "just grabbed everything" she could and ran.

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Rescues for flood victims; two deaths reported

Posted: 12/04/2007 - The National Weather Service says more than 10 inches of rain has fallen in Bremerton, Washington, in 24 hours. Flood warnings are up for seven coastal rivers in Oregon, and transportation officials say the Coast Range is impassable. Wind gusts have been clocked at over 100 miles per hour.

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Storm brings heavy snow; 17 deaths blamed on system

Posted: 12/04/2007 - At least 17 deaths are blamed on the storm, which has brought a slippery mix of rain, sleet and snow. As much as 20 inches of snow is forecast in some areas. Schools were closed in much of region and air travel disrupted.

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Flooding closes major highway in southwest Washington

Posted: 12/04/2007 - Transportation officials are concerned that Interstate 5 may be under five feet of water Tuesday when a nearby river crests in southwestern Washington. The last time the highway had to be closed was 1996.

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Rain and wind block roads and knock out power

Posted: 12/03/2007 - Officials say fallen trees are blocking roads, and mudslides have halted Amtrak passenger train service between Eugene, Oregon and Vancouver, British Columbia. Mountain highways also are iced up.

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Weather deaths rise

Posted: 12/03/2007 - Winter storm warnings are in effect for Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine and parts of New York state. Parts of Michigan also are in the grips of wintry conditions.

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