Snowstorm to affect Northeastern and Mid-Atlantic US states

Official blog of the Met Office news team

A potentially record-breaking ‘nor’easter’ snow storm is expected to move towards Washington D.C. and Mid-Atlantic States in the next few days. This is the first big storm of the winter and will be accompanied by very strong and chilling winds, more especially on the northern flank of the storm, leading to blizzard conditions and significant associated impacts. Road and air travel in and out of the region will be affected, along with likely disruption to power supplies.

Currently the weather system is developing over Northern Alabama and Tennessee. The storm is expected to intensify on Friday night and during Saturday as it moves towards the Atlantic coastline of North Carolina, before moving away from the eastern seaboard overnight into Sunday.

Snow and ice have already affected parts of the northern Mississippi Valley. This is forecast to extend northeastwards on Friday, initially towards Ohio, then onwards to the Mid Atlantic States…

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