Aug 05, 2020
North Conway, NH Woman Killed When Tree Falls On Apartment During Tropical Storm Isaias
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NORTH CONWAY, N.H. (CBS/AP) — A 60-year-old woman in North Conway, New Hampshire was killed Tuesday evening when a tree fell into her apartment building, police said. It was one of at least eight deaths caused by Isaias on the East Coast.
Conway police responded to Kearsarge Road at about 7:15 p.m. after getting a call from a woman who said she was trapped inside her basement apartment.She was safely rescued, but first responders found a woman on the second floor dead.
A photo taken by Conway police shows extensive damage to the apartment building.
A woman was killed in North Conway, new Hampshire when a tree fell on her apartment building during Tropical Storm Isaias (Photo credit: Conway police)
The victim is not being identified pending family notification. An autopsy will be performed to determine the cause of death.
Conway police said they received more than 25 calls for trees and powerlines down Tuesday night.
In Connecticut, a man driving in Naugatuck was killed at about 3:30 p.m. when he got out of his car to clear branches from the road and a tree fell and hit him, police said.
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Denver Weather: Late Rain Showers Will Turn To Snow By Tuesday Morning Drive
DENVER (CBS4) – A storm system moving into Colorado will bring some much needed precipitation to the state, including Denver and the adjacent plains. Rain showers are expected to develop after sunset on Monday and change into snow during the overnight hours, potentially making for a slow commute Tuesday morning.
As of 9 a.m. Monday morning our current thinking for snow amounts in Denver and surrounding areas can be seen on the map below. We expect a sharp cut off from north to south in terms of areas with little to no snowfall and those with enough to shovel. And as we see with most storm systems the highest snowfall totals are expected to come from the higher elevations west and south of the city. Foothill locations north of Interstate 70 will see less snow than those south of the highway.
The National Weather Service has issued Winter Weather Advisories for a large part of Colorado’s higher elevations, including the foothills west of Denver and the Palmer Divide south of the city. A Winter Storm Warning continues for portions of the San Juan Mountains in the southwest. All of the winter weather alerts last through Tuesday morning.
This is a fast-moving storm system with some clearing taking place as early as Tuesday evening. Wednesday looks to be a quiet weather day for Colorado with partly to mostly sunny skies. A second storm will arrive on Thanksgiving Day and it will bring more snow to the mountains and potentially some light snow showers to Denver by the evening.