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April 13, 2021: One of the biggest dangers from the massive storm hitting the East Coast is the threat of severe coastal flooding. New Jersey, which was hard-hit by Superstorm Sandy is on edge. Gov. Chris Christie did not issue mandatory evacuation orders, but some shore communities advised residents to get out before the storm hit...
April 12, 2021: After massive floods killed at least 20 people across the Midwest, the region is now preparing for more damage as rivers are set to crest at record levels. CBS News correspondent Anna Werner joins CBSN with more insight.
April 12, 2021: Flood warnings are in effect from north of St. Louis to Memphis, Tennessee, as the Mississippi River continues to flood its banks. David Begnaud reports.
April 11, 2021: Thousands are out of their homes after a weekend of historic flooding in the United Kingdom. CBS News' Johnathan Vigliotti has more from London.
April 11, 2021: The Pacific Northwest is bracing for a new round of rain. Powerful storms washed out roads in Oregon and Washington, causing mudslides and forcing evacuations. The rain is expected to intensify this week and flash flood watches are also in effect. Ben Tracy reports.
April 11, 2021: There is no relief for millions of people in the rain-soaked Pacific Northwest. A string of storms killed at least two people in Washington and Oregon. Thousands are without power and many have been forced to evacuate their homes. David Begnaud reports from Tillamook, Oregon.
April 11, 2021: Oregon and Washington state are still being battered after days of heavy rain, deadly floods, mudslides -- and even a tornado. And it's not over yet. Flood, rain and snow advisories are posted from northern Washington to central California. David Begnaud reports from Mount Hood in Oregon.
April 10, 2021: There were more fierce thunderstorms overnight in Southeast Texas as the system moved east toward Louisiana. In the past two days, South-Central Texas was battered by at least two suspected tornadoes and widespread flash flooding. Omar Villafranca reports.
April 10, 2021: A line of strong thunderstorms is affecting millions of people across the Mississippi and Ohio Valley. The front is blamed for heavy downpours and suspected tornadoes in Texas and Oklahoma. Omar Villafranca reports.
April 9, 2021: Flooding continues in Ocean City, Maryland, while streets are under water in Charleston, S.C.. Virgina Beach has had nearly 9 inches since Wednesday. In New York City, crews are working to keep the water from a slow-moving nor'easter from low-lying areas. Kris Van Cleave has details.
April 9, 2021: The rains have dissipated, but South Carolina residents are still affected by the flood damage. CBS News' David Begnaud joins CBSN with the latest.
April 9, 2021: The slow recovery from the catastrophic Southern flooding continues more than a week after a historic storm. The death toll stands at 21 in North and South Carolina. Twenty-seven dams have failed, and 129 are in jeopardy. More than 300 roads and bridges remain closed. Flood warnings remain in effect in parts of the ...
April 9, 2021: Around 250 people have been stranded on a 5,000-acre island in South Carolina since last Monday. As David Begnaud reports, residents have been using their own boats to get people out.
April 9, 2021: Flash floods in Southern California led to mudslides Thursday that covered cars and shut down major roadways. LA County Emergency Management's Ken Kondo updated CBSN on the damage.
April 9, 2021: South Texas is under a flash flood warning tonight as the remnants of Hurricane Patricia add to a rain-generating cold front. Almost two feet of rain has already fallen in the region. David Begnaud reports.
April 9, 2021: The remnants of Hurricane Patricia are heading east after drenching Texas, with flood warnings stretching into Louisiana and the Florida Panhandle. David Begnaud is traveling with the storm and has more.
April 8, 2021: Catastrophic floodwaters are rising in Japan after days of heavy rain. People are crying for help and stranded on top of cars and homes. The force was strong enough to rip buildings from their foundations. The unprecedented rain hit the city of Joso, north of Tokyo. Seth Doane reports.
April 8, 2021: Search and rescue teams are not optimistic as they continue to comb Zion National Park in Utah for missing hikers lost after major flash floods. Ben Tracy has the latest.
April 7, 2021: At least 150 people killed in Indonesia and Timor-Leste after tropical cyclone Seroja hit region In Tasitolu, a suburb in the west of the capital, Dili, Batista Elo balances his young daughter on his hip as he stands in flood waters that reach up his thighs.“I saved my family first and after that just got into the...
April 7, 2021: A historic El Nino brewing in the Pacific is expected to bring major storms that could bring relief to drought-stricken California. KCBS-TV Meteorologist Evelyn Taft has the forecast for CBSN.
April 6, 2021: Dozens are still missing and thousands have been left homeless after a tropical cyclone hit over the weekendAt least 157 people have been killed in Indonesia and neighbouring Timor-Leste with dozens more still missing after a tropical cyclone battered the south-east Asian nations, leaving thousands homeless, authori...
April 5, 2021: Death toll expected to rise further after torrential rain swept the Indonesian archipelago and neighbouring Timor-LesteMore than 50 people have died after flash floods and landslides swept through eastern Indonesia and neighbouring Timor-Leste on Sunday, authorities said, with warnings the toll could rise further.To...
April 5, 2021: At least 70 people are dead and dozens missing in Indonesia, and 21 deaths are reported in East Timor as Cyclone Seroja hammers the region.
April 4, 2021: Reports of 29 tornadoes darkened the skies over Oklahoma and Texas on Tuesday. One ripped across the north Texas town of Runaway Bay, and search and rescue crews looked through the rubble. Vicente Arenas reports.
April 4, 2021: In central and southern Texas, rivers are still rising as another storm threatens to dump up to 5 more inches of rain. As Don Dahler reports, 11 people are still missing in Wimberly, Texas.