RT: Up to 28 inches of snow, floods, emergency in New York: Epic storm brazes East Coast (PHOTOS,VIDEOS)

Published time: 23 Jan, 2016 17:46 Edited time: 23 Jan, 2016 19:52
A bulldozer clears snow on the East Front of the U.S. Capitol January 23, 2016 in Washington, DC. Alex Wong / Getty Images / AFP
A huge snowstorm has struck the US East Coast, causing heavy floods and paralyzing cities with a record amount of snow. Governors of ten states have declared a state of emergency, with New York being among the latest. At least ten deaths have been reported.

Snowstorm ‘Jonas’ caused six meter waves, as well as hurricane-force winds with speeds of up to 120 kilometers per hour in the town of Rehobeth Beach, Delaware. Town beaches have overflowed. Water in Lewes – another Delaware city – rose to its second-highest record level, beating that witnessed during Hurricane Sandy in 2012.

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6 Responses to RT: Up to 28 inches of snow, floods, emergency in New York: Epic storm brazes East Coast (PHOTOS,VIDEOS)

  1. GOD must have a sense of humor. This is Global Warming falling not snow. It will surely freeze out the liz-tards in the District of Criminals. Sorry for the loss of life, hopefully it was the Lizzards being flushed out to the PIT. 😄

  2. Alma says:

    saying 33 inches of snow in wash DC ritual carried out

  3. Marilyn says:

    I thought maybe, it might be a false flag event, bury DC in- send all the rats into hiding. and protect there territory. Full moon name of storm and it being a Friday, all fell into place. Maybe it was a test run.

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