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Security camera catches moment falling tree almost hits school bus full of kids during storm in San Diego

Falling tree barely misses bus full of kids

People in San Diego got caught off guard by a violent storm yesterday.

More than six thousand people lost power and falling trees blocked streets all over the city, including one that just barely missed a school bus full of kids!

University of Alabama swimmer John Servati reportedly died holding up concrete wall so girlfriend could escape tornado in Tuscaloosa, Alabama

Alabama swimmer dies saving girlfriend in storm

John Servati was the only person killed in severe weather that hit Tuscaloosa, Alabama, Monday.

He reportedly died while holding up a wall so his girlfriend could escape to safety.

Forecasters on Monday, April 28, 2014, warned millions of Americans to be prepared for another round of severe storms, including widespread tornadoes, a day after storms killed 16 people in three states.

75 million in the path of severe weather

Deadly tornadoes left a path of destruction overnight. Now, millions of people are in the bullseye again for more severe weather.

HLN's Robin Meade reports.

Mayor: 'Houses just a pile of bricks'

Mayor: 'Houses just a pile of bricks'

The mayor of Vilonia, Arkansas, says his town is in chaos after a deadly tornado outbreak.

Rescuers have been working all night trying to get people out alive. Meanwhile, another batch of severe weather is on tap for Monday. 

Tornado damage near Mayflower, AR

'Just horrible'

Rescue workers and neighbors spent the night looking for survivors after powerful tornadoes roared across several states last night.

Spring drops a 'bomb' on Cape Cod

Spring drops a 'bomb' on Cape Cod

A weather bomb is dropping on the coast of New Jersey & Long Island and moving fast up the Coast.

Believe it or not, "bomb" is an actual meteorological term. A "bomb" happens when a storm’s barometric pressure falls at least 24 millibars in 24 hours. This storm deepened by 7 millibars  earlier this morning, and the pressure continues to plummet.

Commuters sat in stand-still traffic for hours Tuesday into Wednesday after snow and ice covered the streets and highways in metro Atlanta beginning at noon January 28, 2014.

Paralyzed: Wintry blast puts South on ice

People are reporting epic traffic nightmares as the result of a snowy winter storm that covered much of the Southern U.S. in snow.

Here at HLN, one of the people who directs our newscasts says it took 8 hours to make it home Tuesday, and there are stories of people who spent as many as 12 hours trapped on frozen highways around Atlanta.

Adam Whobrey abandoned his car in a Big Lots parking lot Tuesday night and walked 4 hours from Sandy Springs to Dunwoody. Snow and ice caused havoc in the metro Atlanta on Tuesday, January 28, 2014.

Atlanta snowstorm = Gridlock nightmare

Snow and ice have paralyzed the South, and virtually shut down the entire region.

From Alabama to the Carolinas, the weather has turned roads into sheets of ice.

A man rides a bicycle in Manhattan during a snowstorm that is moving through the Northeast on January 21, 2014 in New York City. Along with dropping arctic tempertures the storm is expected to bring three to five inches by nightfall, with another four to six inches falling overnight.

Bundle up: Cold temps could linger for days

To put it in meteorological terms, the weather in the Northeastern U.S. is a mess!

The heaviest snow in the Northeast will fall on Boston and the Cape. The white stuff is coming down pretty well down to Long Island. There is a blizzard warning for Cape Cod and a Winter Storm Warning for Boston in place right now and those will stay in place until 1 p.m. ET.

 A man plows snow during winter storm 'Hercules' in lower Manhattan January 2, 2014 in New York City.

100 million affected as winter storm pounds Northeast

School and office closures, highway shutdowns and travel delays for thousands of Americans as a nor'easter dumps inches of snow on the Northeast. Robin Meade reports.

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