Saturday, February 4, 2023

USA wants to return to normal after Elliott’s passing

WASHINGTON – The United States was slowly emerging from a historic winter storm that killed at least 56 people, but its effects continued to be felt at airports, where hundreds of thousands of travelers waited to board flights after cancellations. were demanding.

Heavy snowfall, icy winds, polar temperatures: Even in regions accustomed to harsh winters, the blizzards that have plagued the country for a week have wreaked havoc, to the extent that rescue teams are sometimes stranded.

New York’s Erie County, where the city of Buffalo is located near the Canadian border, alone accounted for 34 of at least 56 weather-related deaths, according to a new report released yesterday.

The cold wave was felt to varying degrees across much of the country, including Texas and Florida. The weather improved in both the southern states on Wednesday as the temperature rose.

But that doesn’t mean the population is out of danger, according to officials. “As temperatures warm, we expect the snow to melt and there could be flooding,” Erie County Sheriff Mark Polonkarz said.

The driving ban remained in effect in Buffalo. The official tweeted, and the National Guard will go door-to-door in areas without power to make sure residents are safe.

Flight disruptions continued at airports, particularly in Denver, Chicago, and Baltimore.

While most airlines had returned to normal, Southwest Airlines continued to suffer a service collapse in recent days.

According to FlightAware, more than 2,500 of the roughly 2,800 flights canceled Wednesday morning were operated by Southwest.

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