US President Biden emphasises role of global heating in natural disasters as he tours areas of California hard hit by three weeks of deadly storms.
Storm-battered western US state gets more wind, rain and snow, raising flooding concerns, causing power outages and making travel dangerous.
Fresh storms are the latest in a series of so-called atmospheric rivers that have deluged the western US state since late December.
At least six people killed in Alabama and one in Georgia as thunderstorms and tornado sweep through southern US states, officials say.
Nearly 34 million people across California remain under flood watch as wild winter weather batters the western US state.
Rain is forecast for Bay Area on Saturday with a brief dry period on Sunday and heavier storms due to arrive on Monday.
Three people die as a tornado rips through southeastern Louisiana state, one of a swarm of twisters hitting the region as part of a massive winter storm system sweeping US.
A cyclonic storm has killed at least four people and damaged 185 houses and huts in the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu.
Fiona washes houses into sea, tears roofs off others and knocks out power to vast majority of two Canadian provinces, with PM Justin Trudeau warning recovery will require "big effort."
Residents in eastern regions express frustration over slow relief and recovery while Sydney braces for more heavy downpours as part of what PM Morrison calls "floods that we have not seen in living memory."
At least 13 people have been killed, by falling trees, flying debris and high winds in Ireland, Britain, Belgium, the Netherlands and Germany.
Families bury victims of deadly mudslides and flooding in the mountain city of Petropolis where authorities say the tally of casualties could rise further as scores still remain unaccounted for.
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