More than 90 million Americans are bracing for severe thunderstorms that could bring baseball-size hail and tornados to the South and Southern Plains – as California Gov. Newsom declares state of emergency after historic storm dumps 7 feet of snow
More than 90 million Americans are bracing for a spate of severe weather, as forecasts warn of everything from blinding blizzards to violent thunderstorms and tornados from coast to coast.
Heavy snow and high winds are due to sweep across the Southwest states and bring with them 45mph gusts and up to eight inches of snow, before moving north up the Rockies and into the Pacific northwest and upper Midwest throughout Friday.
They follow the historic blizzards that rocked California this week, leaving people buried under up to seven feet of snow and prompting Governor Gavin Newsom to declare a state of emergency to help with the recovery.
And while …