More snow, rain and winds to hit US South, Midwest and Plains Apr 16, 2018 0 2076 12345 ReutersATLANTADeadly spring storms that spawned tornadoes in the U.S. South and blizzards in the Plains and Midwest will continue to blast across the region Sunday bringing more snow, rain and wind that have shut down airports and left thousands without power. The storms stretch from the Gulf Coast to the Midwest and were moving into the Northeast and New England Sunday, said Marc Chenard, a meteorologist with the NWS's Weather Prediction Center in College Park, Maryland.About a foot of snow could fall Sunday on parts of northern Wisconsin, upstate Michigan and North Dakota, he said.The threat of violent thunderstorms stretch from a corridor from the Florida peninsula to North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia, said Chenard."No tornado warnings are issued yet for the area, but the conditions could be ripe for some in the afternoon," he said.On Friday, the system produced 17 reports of tornadoes in Arkansas, Louisiana, Missouri and Texas, the weather service said. Four people were injured and 160 buildings damaged in a possible tornado in northwest Arkansas, local media reported.At least two tornadoes packing winds up to 90 miles (145 km) per hour was reported in Mississippi this weekend, the NWS said. The weather is blamed for two traffic fatalities in western Nebraska and Wisconsin, according to National Public Radio.The storms also killed a 1-year-old girl when a tree fell on a recreational vehicle where she was sleeping, the sheriff's office in Bossier Parish, Louisiana said.More than 750 flights in and out of airports in Minnesota and Toronto were canceled Saturday and into Sunday, the website flightaware.com reported. The Yankees-Detroit Tigers game was rained out Saturday, and the planned double-header for Sunday could also be canceled as more rain and snow are expected, according to The Detroit Free Press.About 70,000 homes and businesses were without power early Sunday across Michigan, New York, Louisiana, Texas and Mississippi, according to the website Poweroutage.us. POST A COMMENT RELATED ARTICLES Voter support for jailed Lula drops in Brazil presidential race: Poll Apr 16, 2018 0 383 Trump lashes out at ex-FBI chief in new Twitter attack Apr 16, 2018 0 324 Porn star Daniels to attend Trump lawyer's hearing Apr 16, 2018 0 384 US, LatAm nations warn Venezuela over prez poll AFP Lima The United States and more than a dozen Latin American countries on Saturday warned Venezuela its presidential election next month would be seen as illegitimate by the region unless it restored democratic .. US lawyer dies after setting himself on fire in protest AFP Washington A prominent American lawyer and gay rights activist has died after setting himself on fire at a New York park to protest damage being done to the planet, according to US media reports. David Buckel, 60, was .. 'Canada PM to act on pipeline crisis soon' Reuters OTTAWA The head of a Canadian province opposed to a planned pipeline expansion on Sunday met Prime Minister Justin Trudeau for crisis talks and said Trudeau had made clear he would act soon to ensure the project .. Guatemala votes on border row to be referred to ICJ AFP Guatemala City Guatemalan voters were being called out Sunday to decide whether the International Court of Justice (ICJ) should rule on a border dispute with neighboring Belize whose roots go back more than 200 .. Former first lady Barbara Bush 'in failing health' AFP Washington Former US first lady Barbara Bush is in"failing health"after a series of hospitalizations and"has decided not to seek additional medical treatment,"her husband's office said in a statement ..