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By John R. Bolton
Reality calls for attaching Gaza to Egypt and the West Bank to Jordan
Topic - National Weather Service
Heavy flooding throughout northern New England was blamed for at least one fatality as officials on Wednesday urged residents in all three states to avoid water-covered roadways and watch out for overflowing rivers.
Authorities warned residents of Osceola and Newaygo counties to be vigilant Wednesday as the Muskegon River reached what forecasters predicted would be its peak overflow, though floodwaters were easing in other sections of Michigan.
Just when it seemed like spring was here, an April snowstorm has dumped more than a foot of snow on parts of Minnesota.
Floodwaters from swollen rivers threatened nearby homes and closed sections of roads Tuesday in western and northern Michigan, while crews made progress toward restoring power to thousands of homes that lost electricity during a series of storms.
The National Weather Service has confirmed Arkansas' first tornado of 2014.
The National Weather Service says there could be some flooding in Rhode Island as heavy rain sweeps into the region.
Oklahoma's eight-month streak without a tornado - the second-longest period since record-keeping began in 1950 - was snapped this weekend by a pair of suspected twister touchdowns, but the state's wild weather continued into Monday, blowing snow from the Panhandle to Tulsa and prompting overnight freeze warnings.
The winter that just won't quit has one more punch for the nation's Heartland - a cold front bringing a brief return to sub-freezing weather, creating concerns for growers of apples, peaches, grapes and other fruit.
Heavy rain has led to flooding concerns in some areas with waterways that have been at or above flood stage since severe thunderstorms drenched most of Alabama last week.
Michigan was on a weather roller coaster Monday, with rivers overflowing their banks, hundreds of thousands of people losing power, mid-70s temperatures expected to tumble toward freezing and possible record-breaking snowfall in some areas.
Rain and melting snow are keeping rivers running high in northern New England, increasing the chance of flooding.
The National Weather Service is issuing flood watches for southern Wisconsin - a day after thunderstorms knocked out power to some areas and caused damage in Manitowoc County.
The National Weather Service has expanded its winter storm warning in southeast and central Wyoming.
The National Weather Service says it was an EF-2 tornado that struck rural Beaufort County, destroying two homes and damaging at least six more.
The National Weather Service says the Barton River in Vermont's Orleans County is expected to cause minor flooding.