"explosive hurricane" hits North America and causes air traffic disruptions

"explosive hurricane" hits North America and causes air traffic disruptions A severe cold prevailed on the North American continent, Friday, accompanied by a huge winter storm gathering in the Midwest, prompting the US authorities to issue warnings to about two-thirds of the population of severe weather, which confuses the travel plans of millions of Americans.  On Friday, the authorities in the United States issued warnings to more than two-thirds of the population of the dangers of a historic snow storm that would bring with it a wave of polar frost that has already caused the cancellation of thousands of flights and cut major highways, at a time when the country is witnessing a huge movement of movement on Christmas Eve.  Experts warn that the frigid temperatures wreaking havoc across the US and Canada can lead to frostbite on uncovered areas of skin in just five to 10 minutes.  A powerful Arctic winter storm led to more than 135 million people warning of severe weather at the weekend ahead of the busiest travel period of the year.  The warnings extend from the east coast to the west coast and reach as far south as the US-Mexico and Florida borders.  Major airports canceled thousands of flights as the storm intensified.  The temperature dropped to -40 degrees Celsius in some areas, and the US authorities issued winter storm advisories and warnings for about 240 million people, or about 72% of the US population, according to the National Weather Service.  And a report issued by the National Weather Service on Friday morning stated that the warning of “winter weather hazards remains in place from the Canadian border all the way to the Rio Grande in the south (the border river with Mexico), the Gulf Coast and central Florida Peninsula and extending from the Pacific Northwest to the East Coast.” ".  The number of canceled flights exceeded 3,520, while another 1,920 flights were postponed, according to the “Flight Hour” monitoring website, and many of these flights were scheduled at major international airports, especially in New York, Seattle and Chicago O’Hare.  US Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg warned that holiday travel had been hit hard.  The South Dakota Department of Transportation said "crews are using all available resources in the state" to improve conditions.  The AccuWeather application indicated that the storm could intensify quickly and turn into what is known as a "bomb cyclone", which forms when atmospheric pressure decreases and cold air masses collide with warm ones.

A severe cold prevailed on the North American continent, Friday, accompanied by a huge winter storm gathering in the Midwest, prompting the US authorities to issue warnings to about two-thirds of the population of severe weather, which confuses the travel plans of millions of Americans.

On Friday, the authorities in the United States issued warnings to more than two-thirds of the population of the dangers of a historic snow storm that would bring with it a wave of polar frost that has already caused the cancellation of thousands of flights and cut major highways, at a time when the country is witnessing a huge movement of movement on Christmas Eve.

Experts warn that the frigid temperatures wreaking havoc across the US and Canada can lead to frostbite on uncovered areas of skin in just five to 10 minutes.

A powerful Arctic winter storm led to more than 135 million people warning of severe weather at the weekend ahead of the busiest travel period of the year.

The warnings extend from the east coast to the west coast and reach as far south as the US-Mexico and Florida borders.

Major airports canceled thousands of flights as the storm intensified.

The temperature dropped to -40 degrees Celsius in some areas, and the US authorities issued winter storm advisories and warnings for about 240 million people, or about 72% of the US population, according to the National Weather Service.

And a report issued by the National Weather Service on Friday morning stated that the warning of “winter weather hazards remains in place from the Canadian border all the way to the Rio Grande in the south (the border river with Mexico), the Gulf Coast and central Florida Peninsula and extending from the Pacific Northwest to the East Coast.” ".

The number of canceled flights exceeded 3,520, while another 1,920 flights were postponed, according to the “Flight Hour” monitoring website, and many of these flights were scheduled at major international airports, especially in New York, Seattle and Chicago O’Hare.

US Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg warned that holiday travel had been hit hard.

The South Dakota Department of Transportation said "crews are using all available resources in the state" to improve conditions.

The AccuWeather application indicated that the storm could intensify quickly and turn into what is known as a "bomb cyclone", which forms when atmospheric pressure decreases and cold air masses collide with warm ones.
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