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More Than 90 Dead After Fierce U.S. Winter Storms

USA – Over 90 weather-related deaths were reported in the U.S., after a week of severe winter storms.

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USA – Over 90 weather-related deaths were reported in the U.S., after a week of severe winter storms. Tennessee and Oregon record highest fatalities as power outages persist. Tragedies include electrocution in Oregon, car crashes in Kentucky and Illinois.

Authorities in Seattle say they’ve seen five presumed homeless deaths, while Mississippi warns of black ice and delays in college returns.

Water shortages in Jackson, Mississippi, continue amid storm rumors, with authorities putting in place boil water notices in Tennessee.

Ice storm warnings remain in effect for Arkansas and Oklahoma, while warm temperatures are forecast by week’s end.

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