CHARLOTTE (GaeaTimes.com)- As the weather takes a nasty toll in various parts of the United States, many schools seem to have no other option left other than keeping themselves closed.
As of Thursday, Oct. 7, 2010, at least 1,219 members of the U.S.
WINDSOR, N.C. - Randy Russell stared at a knee-deep pool of water surrounding his restaurant, Bunn's Barbecue, as it leaked over makeshift sand barriers Monday and through the front door.
WINDSOR, N.C. - A badly flooded city in North Carolina is expected to remain under water for several more days after drenching storms moved up the East Coast last week.
LEVITTOWN, N.Y. - Flooding posed a threat around the Northeast on Friday on the heels of a pounding storm that submerged cars, cut power to thousands and forced scattered evacuations as it crept up the East Coast.
- Rainstorm that deluged cars, killed 5 hits Boston
- Mighty rains deluge cars, close roads in Northeast
- 5 dead as drenching rains take aim at New England
- Storms drench much of the East Coast; 5 killed
- Massive storms blamed for 4 deaths in the East
- NC Patrol: 4 people killed in wreck on wet road
- NC Patrol: 3, not 5, killed in wreck on wet road
- NC patrol: 5 killed in storm-related wreck
- Massive storm brings heavy rain from NC to Maine
- Rain pounds NC as storm moves up the East Coast
- NC governor declares emergency ahead of heavy rain
- Weakened Earl hits Mass. with wind, rain, surf
- Earl becomes tropical storm on way to New England
- Earl threatens Mass. with wind, rain, surf
- Winds up on Nantucket, Earl now a weak hurricane
- Earl weakens, still hurricane on way to Northeast
- Earl sideswipes NC, takes aim at New England
- Hurricane Earl Strikes East Coast: Causes Minor Floods and Power Outages
- Earl weakens to a Category 1, winds near 85 mph
- Earl sideswipes Outer Banks, heads for Northeast
- Flooding on Outer Banks, Earl heads for Northeast
- Earl blows past Outer Banks on path to Northeast
- Earl's center passes east of Cape Hatteras, NC
- Earl's gusts, rains lash Outer Banks, reach VA
- Earl weakens but still powerful as it scoots by NC
- Forecasters say little late-night Earl worries
- Earl weaker, still powerful, winds hit Outer Banks
- Earl's winds and rains blow into NC coast
- Comfort Inn a hurricane hostel in NC
- Earl weakens, still powerful, headed to NC
- Earl weakens but still powerful as it passes NC
- Earl rains begin to hit NC's Outer Banks
- Earl threatens East Coast with a pounding
- Earl weakens slightly, winds still at 115 mph
- Earl threatens East Coast with 125 mph winds