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Strange, dangerous weather across the country
U.S. - A bizarre mix of weather from flooding, tornadoes and ice storms to record heat is gripping much of the country.
All of it has complicated holiday travel plans for thousands of travelers.
Many Canadians actually woke up without power Monday morning.
A thick sheet of ice coated branches, pulling them down and causing power transformers to explode.
In an Oklahoma mall, whole sheets of ice crashed to the ground shattering at shoppers' feet. Luckily no one was hurt.
Despite winter warnings in upstate New York, record-breaking 70 degree temperatures kept New York City toasty on Sunday.
In Hughes, Arkansas, the National Weather Service confirmed an EF2 tornado destroyed three mobile homes and ripped up the roof of a barn, killing one woman and injuring several others.
The weird weather is scrambling air traffic too; at least 15,000 flights were delayed or canceled over the weekend, and major hubs from Dallas to Chicago are feeling the holiday ripple effect.
Monday morning held just one delay at Rochester's airport. No cancelations so farbut well let you know if that changes.