More than 100,000 homes across the United States are still without power as a winter storm brings snow and cooling

2022-05-03 0 By

More than 100,000 people in the United States were without power Monday morning after a winter storm pounded much of the south to the northeast, according to the Chinese website.New York City received its biggest snowfall of the winter on January 29 as a winter storm hit the northeastern United States.A passer-by covers his face as he walks in Queens.Parts of New York, Vermont, Indiana and Maine were left with up to 17 inches of snow Monday morning, the NATIONAL Weather Service said.In a separate advisory, the agency warned of “frigid temperatures from the Southern Plains to the Ohio Valley and the Northeast” on May 5.About 87,000 homes in Tennessee were still without power on Friday morning, while nearly 56,000 were without power in New York state, according to tracking website Poweroutage.us.The National Weather Service says parts of Michigan, Minnesota, New York and North Dakota are under a winter weather warning.However, the temperature will start to rise gradually on May 6.New York Governor Horchu deployed 24 members of the National Guard to support recovery efforts in Ulster county.”The state capital will deploy additional assets as needed to support recovery operations.”HuoChu said.Managing Editor: Wang Yan