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2013 Central and Eastern Canada ice storm

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Deadly ice storm hits the heartland through the East coast

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December 5, 2013 Central Oklahoma winter storm!

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Deadly ice storms leave parts of Tennessee in cold, darkness

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The Weather Files - Canadian Ice Storm

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Eastern Canada endures brunt of latest winter storm

The December 2013 North American storm complex was a significant storm complex that had all sorts of severe weather, including a winter storm, a crippling ice storm and a tornado outbreak that impacted the central and eastern portions of Canada, parts of the Central Great Plains, the Southern United States, and the northeastern United States from December 20 to 23, 2013. Formed in the South Central United States, the storm headed across the Great Plains towards Canada into Atlantic Canada and northeastern United States where the storm dissipated on December 23, 2013. The storm produced freezing rain and snow to the affected areas which caused massive damage to electric power transmission and trees. The storm resulted in 27 deaths, loss of power to over a million of residents and over $200 million in damages. The storm produced similar conditions to the ice storm of 1998 which affected similar areas.
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