I hope you are not ready to enjoy your long week if you live in the northeast. Another cold winter is expected to fall in the region on Friday night, followed by a typhoon that will sweep the East Sea.
This harsh climate can lead to dangerous situations, possibly life-threatening. I have a cold and I just look out my window at the bare branches shaken by the storm that is already blowing in New York and look at the pictures coming from the Midwest, where the hurricane that will blow the East Coast is shaking.
Depending on where you live you can see extreme cold, snow, ice, rain, or a combination of some or all of these! Truly a good week to persevere and watch the final game. Come with me as we see what remains in the coming days so you can plan your trips to the grocery store and come back accordingly.
Cold Finds Northeast
“Cold winds” appear Friday night across the northeast, from Maine to Pennsylvania, according to the National Weather Service. Areas near the Canadian border and in the mountains from Maine to New York can see temperatures as low as 45 degrees Fahrenheit (minus-43 degrees Celsius). Major cities like Boston and New York will also experience cold winds, while Boston will drop to minus-20 degrees Fahrenheit (minus-29 degrees Celsius). The NWS also states that The cold can cause the cold to penetrate within 30 minutes on any skin.
The source of the frost is the Arctic frontier that will come screaming from the northwest in front of the storm. It will cause the wind to blow and cause the temperature to drop immediately. Boston predicts seeing temperatures drop Extreme temperature 40 degrees Fahrenheit (22 degrees Celsius) from Friday afternoon to Saturday in the morning. Although he returns on Saturday, the wind can still plot to make things feel like a digital exterior.
New Snow Already in the West
The East Coast hurricane is making its mark on the Midwest right now. Dakotas and the Upper Midwest have already erupted with snow, and about a foot (31 inches) crashed in North Dakota.
The storm is heading southeast, which is the largest area south of Missouri and is looking at snow-covered snow that keeps people out of sight until Saturday afternoon. The Flakes could fall south of Alabama as the storm hit south-east on Saturday.
Memphis and Nashville will see hailstones that most Tennessee will do see “medium” or “large” a storm that can damage lives and property. Atlanta, meanwhile, can see a sad, cold rainy Saturday when it will be on the edge (slightly) of the heat storm. Among them, freezing rain and hail are possible in northern Georgia, which can make it extremely difficult to travel.
The East Sea Finds Unstable Disruption
After a trek across the southeast, the storm will turn north Saturday night until Sunday and make life turbulent in the Mid-Atlantic and northeast. The cold air in the middle of the storm means that large sections of the Appalachian from Carolinas to Pennsylvania can see a foot or more snowfall, including the time when the snow reaches 2 inches (5 cm) per hour. This makes it difficult to drive.
But areas east of the peak have the potential to see little or no rain. What is Washington, DC, looking for? Capital Weather Gang it calls the “1 to 3-inch snow” town, which sounds like garbage. In New York it will be the coldest rain, including Monday. This, too, is, in fact, a waste. It is enough to make even the toughest New Yorker look at Los Angeles’ long-awaited prediction of jealousy.