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Does Insurance Cover Spoiled Food and Other Expenses After a Power Outage?

It doesn't take long for food to spoil when the power is out. The USDA estimates it takes only four hours for meat, poultry, fish, eggs and leftovers to go bad when you lose power.

Written by Sarrah Pelorus
Published 2/18/2021, 4:09:07 PM
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The South Braces for Another Round of Winter Storms After the Deadly First

Millions in Texas were without power early Wednesday amid extreme winter weather with more freezing rain and snow forecast in Texas and large parts of the South within the next few days.

Written by Sarrah Pelorus
Published 2/17/2021, 1:22:20 PM
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A Major Storm Brings Frigid Temperatures, Hazardous Conditions and Blackouts Across the United States

Winter weather is so widespread, you could travel about 2,000 miles and still be under a watch or warning.

Written by Sarrah Pelorus
Published 2/15/2021, 5:45:22 PM
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A Massive Snowstorm Covers the East Coast

Across the Northeast, a powerful nor'easter brings a historic snowfall resulting in school cancelations, disrupted travel plans and rescheduling of vaccination appointments as the storm threatens to dump up to two feet of snow in parts of the region.

Written by Sarrah Pelorus
Published 2/1/2021, 5:11:01 PM
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Winter Snowstorm Makes Its Way Across the South

A winter storm across the south has brought snow to parts of Louisiana, Texas and Mississippi and has now moved into Alabama and Tennessee.

Written by Sarrah Pelorus
Published 1/11/2021, 4:10:48 PM
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Major Winter Storm Targets the Northeast

This week, more than 47 million people are under a winter storm watch or warning as heavy snow is expected to cover parts of the Northeast.

Written by Sarrah Pelorus
Published 12/14/2020, 5:37:20 PM
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Snowstorm in the North-eastern US Brings Heavy Snow, Crashes and Power Outages

This morning, the north-eastern US braced as for the first big winter storm of the season as snow began dropping what forecasters said could be more than a foot of wet, heavy snow, making travel treacherous and cutting off power to thousands.

Written by Sarrah Pelorus
Published 12/5/2020, 5:53:01 PM
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A Look Back at the 2020 Hurricane Season

As hurricane season came to a close yesterday, we would like to take a moment to look back at the 2020 hurricane season. The NOAA did predict an abnormally active hurricane season this year, but not quite the record-breaking one we experienced.

Written by Sarrah Pelorus
Published 12/1/2020, 10:44:00 AM
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