At least seven people were injured by a hurricane that reached winds of 125 mph in Jackson County, Florida, on Tuesday, according to the Census Center. The Tallahassee NWS report was released Wednesday night.
So far, five people are known to have died as a result of winter weather last week.
While more rain is expected along the east coast from Friday, it is expected to be lower than those seen during last week’s storm systems — although 1 to 2 inches of rain is still possible in the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast regions, increasing the chance of flooding. .
The number of properties without power fell from more than half a million on Wednesday morning to less than 100,000 across the country as of Thursday morning, according to Poweroutage.us website, which tracks power outages.
In the western regions and the Rocky Mountains, more heavy snow is expected, with heavier precipitation on the northwest coast of California and Oregon Cascades, where a few feet of snow is likely on Saturday, the National Weather Service reported, with another storm struck. The way inward.
NWS Los Angeles said warnings for morning high tides and high waves were issued in Southern California.
The Weather Service said in a post on X on Wednesday night: “Add to that the gusty winds and cold weather, the beach and ocean won’t be a fun place to be. Be safe and consider staying away.”
The Los Angeles Weather Service also urged people to “check on your family, friends, neighbors, pets and plants” as temperatures drop.