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Storms Rip Through Arkansas. January 21, 1999 / 11:34 PM / AP Tornadoes and funnel clouds tore across Arkansas on Thursday, collapsing the front of a downtown grocery store and knocking over trees ...

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Last year was the busiest Atlantic season on record, with 28 named storms, 17 of which had already formed by this point. Two hurricanes — Dennis and Katrina — had already struck by this time ...

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Thousands Without Power After Storms June 20, 2009 / 11:38 PM / AP Thousands of utility customers in the Midwest are without electricity following waves of thunderstorms.

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In Tennessee, up to 70 percent of the customers served by Memphis Light, Gas & Water were without electricity late Tuesday, primarily because of utility lines knocked down by trees or limbs.

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Storms Pummel Midwest. ... About 8,500 Omaha Public Power District customers lost power, officials said. Power was restored to most customers within a few hours. In Iowa, tornadoes were reported ...

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Hail sits on a lawn next to a quarter used as a measuring scale at St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minn., Thursday, Aug. 24, 2006, after a line of thunderstorms moved through the areas, mostly...

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Firefighters clear a tree from a road in Grove, Okla., Monday, Jan 15, 2007. The Association of Electric Cooperatives reported nearly 50,000 customers were without power in rural areas across the ...

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Midwest In Dark As Storms Continue. ... the skies were clearing Saturday but more than 100,000 customers were without power, utilities said. ... About 100,000 ComEd customers in northern Illinois ...

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Emergency crew members help a stuck vehicle as a severe thunderstorm with up to two inches of hail moved through Oklahoma City, Wednesday afternoon, April 21, 2004. Hail, occasionally the size of ...

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Credit: AP/Albany Times Union, P. Kamrass Nearly everything outdoors in southern New Hampshire is coated with ice Monday, Jan. 15, 2007, along with this sign on a street corner in Nashua, N.H. The ...

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Eight people died in Sumner County and three deaths were reported in Warren County, about 65 miles southeast of Nashville. Warren County Executive Kenneth Rogers said the people killed there were ...

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Deadly Storms Batter Illinois. ... One person was injured when a tractor-trailer was blown off Interstate 74 in Boone County. The storm reportedly blew as many as four semitrailers off the highway ...

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Email An uprooted tree lies across a street in the American University neighborhood of Washington, D.C., June 30, 2012, the morning after a violent storm swept through the area.

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Holiday storms wreak havoc. December 28, ... That, plus flooding in Missouri and Illinois, ... In nearby Rowlett, City Manager Brian Funderburk said Sunday that 23 people were injured, but that ...

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Jenny Nickerson of Savage, Minn., points out where a hail stone broke through her vehicle's rear window and through a speaker following a severe thunderstorm Thursday, Aug. 24, 2006, in Northfield ...

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Onlookers and officials look at a house demolished after a tornado touched down in Nicollet, Minn., Thursday afternoon, Aug. 24, 2006. The twister destroyed several homes, damaged others, uprooted ...

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Lydia Trevino tries to remove ice that formed on her automobile windshield in San Antonio, Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2007. Power lines were still down and highways were treacherous along a wide swath of ...

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An Ameren crew works in a bucket truck east of Mackinaw, Ill., Tuesday, Oct. 26, 2010, after high winds caused power outages in the Mackinaw and Danvers areas in Central Illinois. Credit: AP Photo ...

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Stephen Eldridge throws rubble on a pile as he helps clean up the remains of two relatives' homes, in Tushka, Okla., April 15, 2011. The homes crashed together during the previous night's tornadoes.

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A Texas Department of Transportation sand truck coats a bridge in Arlington, Texas, Sunday morning, Jan. 14, 2007, near an accident from the icy conditions. Arlington police closed the bridge ...

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Southern California Edison spokesman Gil Alexander said 4,190 customers in 15 counties were without power, including 2,800 in San Bernardino Mountains communities. About 6,700 Los Angeles ...

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One-two punch of storms pass by Hawaii. August 10, ... said Sam Houston, a forecaster with the weather service in Honolulu. ... with voters there to cast mail-in ballots after the election.

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Dan Erickson, a student at the University of St. Thomas, gets air while skiing off a jump at the Town & Country Golf Course in St. Paul, Minn., Thursday, March, 1, 2007.

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Perry-Clear Creek firefighters monitor the site along Fairfax Road south of Bloomington, Ind., where a tree lies across a power line following a storm Tuesday, Oct. 26, 2010.

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Bands of storms knocked out power to thousands of customers in northern and central Illinois, according to Ameren and ComEd. Some 13,600 ComEd customers still had no power as of 9 p.m. Sunday ...

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A storm system swept through northeast Kansas and northwest Missouri ripping roofs off homes, businesses, the University of Kansas and the Great Wolf Lodge Indoor Water Park. Credit: AP Photo/Ed Zurga

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A fallen tree lies in the street in Columbus, Ohio on Saturday, June 30, 2012, after it brought down a utility poll and power lines Friday evening. Credit: AP/The Columbus Dispatch, Abigail S. Fisher

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A storm system swept through northeast Kansas and northwest Missouri ripping roofs off homes, businesses, the University of Kansas and the Great Wolf Lodge Indoor Water Park. Credit: AP Photo/Ed Zurga

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Downed and leaning powerlines on the water works access road across from the Delilah Road ramp connecting to Route 30 eastbound to Atlantic City, N.J., Sunday, July 1 2012.

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Mauricio Alvarez cleans up damage and debris at the Sunshine Village Mobile Home Community after storms swept through Montgomery, Ala., the morning of Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2011.

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Jason Manley, a street maintenance employee with the City of Montesano, Wash., cleans up on Friday, Dec. 15, 2006, after the top of a tree blew down during an overnight windstorm.

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In this Saturday, June 30, 2012, photo, an AEP crew member works on a power line on Colonial Avenue near Virginia Western Community College, in Roanoke, Va. Gov. Bob McDonnell is urging residents ...

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A fallen tree lies in the street in Columbus, Ohio on Saturday, June 30, 2012, after it brought down a utility poll and power lines Friday evening. Credit: AP/The Columbus Dispatch, Abigail S. Fisher

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A fallen tree lies in the street in Columbus, Ohio on Saturday, June 30, 2012, after it brought down a utility poll and power lines Friday evening. Credit: AP/The Columbus Dispatch, Abigail S. Fisher

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A massive tree cracked and fell blocking Franklin Avenue in Columbus, Ohio following Friday's thunderstorms June 29, 2012. The tree fell on two cars and brought down neighboring power lines.

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Raymond Pierce, 72, surveys damage to his property after strong winds from a suspected tornado passed through the Lafayette Woods subdivision Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2011 in Houma, La.

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A fallen tree lies in the street in Columbus, Ohio on Saturday, June 30, 2012, after it brought down a utility poll and power lines Friday evening. Credit: AP/The Columbus Dispatch, Abigail S. Fisher

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Auburn University student Tabitha Welch drinks a beer as she helps a friend clean up after a windstorm blew several trees into her home in Auburn, Ala., Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2011. A path of storms...

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A camper rests on a building near Lowe Road in the Shady Grove community after an apparent tornado struck the area Wednesday morning, Nov. 16, 2011 in Jones County, Miss. Credit: AP Photo/Laurel ...

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Debris covers a vehicle parked outside a business Thursday, Nov. 17, 2011, that was leveled by a possible tornado Wednesday along Highway 109 South in Silver Valley community of east-central ...

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Downed and leaning powerlines on the water works access road across from the Delilah Road ramp connecting to Route 30 eastbound to Atlantic City, N.J., Sunday, July 1 2012. Cleanup continues after ...

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Downed and leaning powerlines on the water works access road across from the Delilah Road ramp connecting to Route 30 eastbound to Atlantic City, N.J., Sunday, July 1 2012.

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A fallen tree lies in the street in Columbus, Ohio on Saturday, June 30, 2012, after it brought down a utility poll and power lines Friday evening. Credit: AP/The Columbus Dispatch, Abigail S. Fisher

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Downed and leaning powerlines on the water works access road across from the Delilah Road ramp connecting to Route 30 eastbound to Atlantic City, N.J., Sunday, July 1 2012.

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A car parked at Michael Nutting's home Thursday, April 10, 2008, in Bedford,Texas, is damaged by a fallen tree after a strong line of storms passed through in the early morning hours. Credit: AP ...

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Downed and leaning powerlines on the water works access road across from the Delilah Road ramp connecting to Route 30 eastbound to Atlantic City, N.J., Sunday, July 1 2012.

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A car sits, crushed by a fallen tree, on Carrington Road in Lynchburg, Va., July 1, 2012. Two days after storms tore across the eastern U.S., power outages were forcing people to get creative to ...

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Several dead as severe storms sweep Southeast. ... a test of mail-in voting; ... The local zoo is reported to have rescued cages of Lemurs and birds who were blown into a pond on the property.

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Power outages affected more than 430,000 customers. Officials said they hadn't seen a similar outage since Hurricane Isabel in 2003. ... The Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission said the storm ...

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Downed and leaning powerlines on the water works access road across from the Delilah Road ramp connecting to Route 30 eastbound to Atlantic City, N.J., Sunday, July 1 2012.

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A fallen tree blocks Franklin Avenue in Columbus, Ohio following Friday's thunderstorms June 29, 2012. The tree fell on two cars and brought down neighboring power lines.

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Storms Lash Northwest. 13 / 14. Back image_gallery ... Roofer Vince Lubahn photographs roof damage at the Sunrise Assisted Living building in Edmonds, Wash., Friday, Dec. 15, 2006, after a tree ...

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