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January 1, Tornadoes, Floods, and Hail: United States Battle Nature’s Fury



The United States is grappling with the aftermath of a series of extreme weather events that have caused widespread destruction across several states.

A tornado in Chunchula, Alabama reportedly brought wind speeds of up to 100 mph. Footage reveals the twister tearing through what seem to be residential or agricultural properties. In the video, a child exclaims, “That is a tornado.”

Louisiana faced an EF1 tornado that tore through the town of Slidell on Wednesday. Drone footage displays the aftermath, showing cars piled up in parking lots and trees uprooted. Damaged roofs and flooded streets contribute to the daunting clean-up task for residents.

New Orleans, Louisiana, also experienced severe flooding due to heavy rainfall, with some parts of the city receiving 2-4 inches per hour. Extreme meteorologist Reed Timmer reported on the “dangerous” situation as waters began to rise. Timmer also visited New Roads, Louisiana, where a supercell storm caused “significant damage” and blocked roads.

In Texas, footage shows large hail hitting cars in a Dallas-Fort Worth parking lot. Heavy rainwater flooded agricultural land near Kirbyville, leading farmers to rescue their horses from chest-high waters.

With hurricane season predicted to start early in 2024, preparation is crucial for facing more wild weather. Staying informed about the forecast and trusting our instincts are essential steps to protect our families during these uncertain times.

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  1. JoJo

    April 17, 2024 at 8:44 am

    Gods anger against a godless nation.

  2. Taxpayer

    April 17, 2024 at 3:56 pm

    Batten down the hatches mattie. I live in tornado alley Kansas. I’ve lived through 2 of them puppies.

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