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Written by SOT.COM.AL 27 Dhjetor 2022
Thousands of New Yorkers are shoveling snow from their homes and businesses after the deadly Christmas storm.
"It is still snowing. But that's nothing compared to what's happened in the last few days," says meteorologist Bob Oravets.
Western New York State was among the areas hardest hit by the "Arctic Invasion" that engulfed most of the US territory.
"These are probably the last snows", says Oravets, who assures that the temperature will rise gradually: "From Thursday it will rise to 8°C and on Saturday it will reach 12°C". It was still very cold today in many parts of New York, with the mercury at -2°C.
Across the country, at least 62 people have died in incidents related to the severe wave of severe weather in recent days, according to NBC News.
Buffalo, the second largest city in New York state, was in the eye of the storm. Governor Kathy Hokul spoke of the "epic" bad weather, unprecedented in decades.
According to the New York Times, more than 30 deaths due to the severe weather have been reported in Erie and Niagara counties. Some victims were trapped in their cars for hours, others suffered heart attacks trying to shovel snow. Erie County has warned residents that exhaustion from shoveling snow can cause back injuries or even heart attacks.
Crews are working feverishly to restore power to areas where there were outages. An estimated 122,000 households remain without power nationwide (up from 1.8 million on Saturday), according to the specialty website PowerOutage.us. Over 72% of them are located in Oregon and California.
Water outages were reported in Atlanta and Jackson, Mississippi, due to broken pipes.