Last night into today for the Northeast US and parts of Southeastern Canada will be either rainy or icy. While there isn’t much to talk about in the Northeast, in the island nation of Vanuatu there is mass devastation after category five typhoon (hurricane) destroys or damages most structures with winds of over 160 MPH and a storm surge possibly over 20 feet (7 meters). UNICEF released a statement yesterday that it was preparing for the worst. Reports of widespread devastation and several deaths have been arriving overnight. To put on top of that there was just another 4.9 earthquake in Vanuatu, although not strong, it could damage already damaged structures.