The snow storm that devastated parts of the United States and parts of Canada was caused by a massive, rare snow storm, according to a study.
The National Weather Service said it was the largest snow storm in US history, and that it was likely the result of an El Nino-like phenomenon, and not a climate change-related phenomenon.
The storm that caused severe snowstorms in the Northeast was expected to make a return on Wednesday, and it could make a big impact on the country’s ability to fight the upcoming winter storm season.
Snow storms can also cause landslides, damaging homes and other structures.
There was a significant drop in the number of snowstorms on Wednesday.
There were only 12 snowstorms across the Northeast.
The storm also did not cause any injuries.
The Northeast is a winter wonderland, where people and property are often built around a mountain, snowmobile or snowmobile park.
Snowstorms can be caused by extreme cold weather conditions, particularly in the winter months.
The number of people killed in snowstorms has declined in the US, but they still occur, according a report released last year.
The National Snow and Ice Data Center estimates that 5,500 people died due to snowstorms this year.
The US has had two snowstorms since December, the most recent one occurring on Christmas Eve.
The other storms have occurred on the same day and the same year.