Nor'easter spurs rescues in New Jersey as areas brace for hurricane-force wind gusts

LATEST: 39 million people across the Northeast and New England are under flood alerts.

10/26/2021 8:43:00 PM

LATEST: 39 million people across the Northeast and New England are under flood alerts.

Up to 5 inches of rain and wind gusts over 70 mph will be possible for the Northeast and New England through Wednesday.

For perspective, the western storm dropped 46 millibars in 24 hours.Bomb cyclones are expected to become more common due to climate change. Bomb cyclones are caused by the extreme temperature differences between warm water and cold air masses. With warming waters due to climate change,

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research revealsbomb cyclones will be become more common, more intense, and occur farther north in the Pacific Ocean, specifically. The relationship is not as strong for the Atlantic Ocean where the same research suggests bomb cyclones may become less frequent overall. However, when they do occur they will be more intense compared to past cyclones.

After the nor'easter affects the East Coast, it could move out over the warmer waters of the Gulf Stream and acquire tropical or subtropical characteristics.On Tuesday morning, the National Hurricane Center designated the area of low pressure as Invest 94-L and gave it a 20 percent chance of development in two days and 50 percent in five days. Should it be named, the next and final name on this year’s official Atlantic Tropical Cyclone Name list is Wanda.

The Northeast won't have much time to dry out, as there's more rain in the forecast for the region on Friday.That rain will come from a storm system that will produce severe thunderstorms in the Plains on Tuesday afternoon and evening.About 12 million people are under risk for severe storms Tuesday across the central and southern Plains. Wind gusts in excess of 70 mph and large hail up to softball-size will be the main risks, as well as a few tornadoes. Cities at risk included Oklahoma City and Tulsa, Oklahoma; Wichita, Kansas; and Dallas.

On Wednesday, the severe threat shifts east to include portions of the Gulf Coast and Houston, New Orleans, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and Mobile, Alabama.This storm system will eventually move east and bring another round of rain and wind to the Midwest and Southeast, the Great Lakes on Thursday and eventually the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast by Friday.

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