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Snowmaggedon hits New York

SNOWMAGEDDON!

Situation Critical. Buffalo, New York in "State of Emergency". National Guard Summoned!

Parts of New York battered by bitter, frigid weather.
Deaths and damage reported!

Will the winter of 2014 / 2015 turn out to be o Apocalyptic Proportions? Already, the weather is wreaking havoc, bringing record breaking, frigid temperatures Nationwide. Worst of all, winter is still a little over a month away! If this trend continues, then brace yourself America, this winter season may turn out to be DISASTROUS for the United States! More Below.

At least 8 dead after massive US snowstorm

SOURCE: https://my.news.yahoo.com/four-dead-massive-york-state-snowstorm-112200368.html

A massive snowstorm stranded motorists, canceled flights and left at least eight people dead in the northeastern United States, officials said Wednesday.


Areas east and southeast of Buffalo, in northern New York state, could receive a year's accumulation of snow or even more in just two days, Erie County executive Mark Poloncarz told reporters.


The deadly storm may see as much as another three feet (90 centimeters) of snowfall on Thursday, which could prompt a federal disaster declaration, Poloncarz said.


US media reported two other deaths in the states of New Hampshire and Michigan.


Temperatures will remain below normal from the Midwest to the East Coast until the weekend, with all 50 states recording below freezing temperatures on Tuesday, the National Weather Service said.


A state of emergency and travel bans are in effect across Buffalo's Erie County and authorities ordered people to stay at home to allow crews to clear roads, repair power lines and provide emergency assistance to the most vulnerable.


The National Guard was called in to assist military Humvee vehicles after New York's transportation department worked through the night to rescue stranded motorists and take people to shelters.

"Many communities are still in a very difficult, sometimes paralyzed situation," Poloncarz said.

Three of those who died suffered heart attacks while shoveling snow and another person died while using a snowplow.


"We've had six deaths in the area, five of which have been preventable," said Erie county health commissioner Gale Burstein, urging residents to stay at home.


County spokesman Peter Anderson said runways at Buffalo Niagara International Airport were open, but that "a lot of flights" were being canceled because people cannot get to the airport.

Dave Zaff, a meteorologist from the National Weather Service, said areas east and southeast of Buffalo city received upwards of five feet (1.5 meters) of snow.


"That is somewhat of an extreme event," he told AFP. "From a forecast standpoint, it will be historic.

"The impact alone when you have hundreds of thousands of people stranded, roads closed everywhere, you start to get fatalities," he said. "It becomes a very memorable event that people will never forget."


A women's university basketball team was eventually rescued after spending more than 24 hours trapped in a bus on a highway.


And New York-based rock band Interpol was among those trapped in the snowstorm outside Buffalo overnight, forcing them to cancel a concert across the Canadian border in Toronto.


"Still trapped yo! Haven't really moved in 30 hours and we've been on the bus for nearly 40 hours. Nutso. Never seen anything like it," the band said on Twitter.