Blizzards disrupted public life in US
Staff Reporter, USA: The first major snowstorm in the northeastern United States this year has disrupted public life. The snowstorm, which started Wednesday afternoon local time, will continue until noon Thursday. Several neighboring states, including New York, could be covered in more than two feet of ice, meteorologists said. At least 150 road accidents have already been reported due to eight hours of continuous snowfall. Vehicles are stuck on the road, educational institutions, offices are closed and many flights have been canceled. This is the first major snowfall this year, locals said.
Meteorological officials said many areas of Buffalo City were already covered in two feet of snow. Educational institutions and offices in several cities in western New York have been closed due to the snowfall. City streets and houses are covered with snow. Many people are trapped in different places.
The U.S. Meteorological Agency has forecast more heavy snowfall there. Cold winds in Conakry with snow have trapped most Buffalo residents indoors. Temperatures have dropped below freezing in more than half of the 50 states in the United States. This is causing a lot of disruption to traffic.