Nine million people on alert for severe storms in the United States | International
Nearly 9 million people have made it through a weekend of severe storms in New York, Vermont, Massachusetts and Maine, as well as Washington and Alaska. The forecast indicates that the bad weather will continue in the following days, with alerts for landslides.
On Monday, the National Weather Service issued an emergency warning for flash floods in central Vermont. Over the weekend, at least one person died in Orange County, New York.
Rainfall in New York reached more than 19 cubic centimeters in six hours on Sunday afternoon, a historic number in a phenomenon that occurs once in a thousand years in this area.
Vermont has declared a state of emergency over the possibility of the water level rising in the coming hours. The fear is the inches of rain that will add to the precipitation that fell over the weekend, generating flash floods.
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