WEATHER: Three storms continue to march across the country with the third storm reaching the West Coast overnight where thousands have been forced to evacuate.
Three storms continue to march across the country with the third storm reaching the West Coast overnight where thousands have been forced to evacuate.
The second storm moved through the Rockies and the Plains overnight and is now expected to bring snow to the Southeast.On Tuesday, a 17 vehicle pileup shut down I-25 in Colorado due to the slick roads from that second storm with, locally, some areas in the West already getting 3 feet of snow.
On Wednesday, 16 states in the East are under snow and ice alerts for heavy snow and slick roads.ABC NewsOn Wednesday, 16 states in the East are under snow and ice alerts for heavy snow and slick roads.Even Raleigh, North Carolina, is under a winter weather advisory for some slick roads and a winter storm warning has been issued for the North Carolina mountains.
The snowfall totals include a general area of 1 to 3 inches of snow forecast from Missouri to Virginia and North Carolina, but in the southern Appalachians up to a half a foot of snow could accumulate.ABC NewsThe snowfall totals include a general area of 1 to 3 inches of snow forecast from Missouri to Virginia and North Carolina, but in the southern Appalachians up to a half a foot of snow could accumulate. headtopics.com
In the West, millions are bracing for the third storm to bring mudslides, flash flooding, heavy snow and avalanche danger.This storm will be fueled by an atmospheric river -- a long plume of moisture moving across the Pacific with the jet stream -- aimed at California over the next few days.
Already overnight winds gusted in California between 60 to 75 mph bringing down trees into homes north of the San Francisco Bay area.On Tuesday afternoon and evening, up to 30 inches of snow fell in parts of northern California and more is expected to fall today.
This atmospheric river will deliver up to 10 inches of rain to parts of California where mudslides are expected in the recent burn areas.In the Sierra Nevada, up to 100 inches of snow is possible -- more than 8 feet of snow.ABC News Read more: ABC News »
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Waking up to snow-capped mountains! So ... magical❄💙 Beautiful day, but it needs to be 100 degrees again and soon. LasVegasLocally It was fun for the day and our mountains are beautiful, but please bring back the heat! CutieQueenAri no more summer even in deserts v: WOW!!!! This is better, because it will bloom and stay moist for the summer until it blooms in the desert, the sources of water. This is really a wonderful thing of nature.
Is this what it means when folks say 'when hell freezes over?' shud b illegal tbh desserts caint git snow god messdup fakenews_twit That is nothing, wait till real global problems like the inner vore solidifying and expanding or even sudden pole reversal. We think we are so powerful and smart, truth is we are ants on a cosmic scale.
Be careful out there everyone. wow A storm can't march across the country to the west coast...that's not how it works Al Gore heeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeelp جمال خشاقجی قتل اور انسانی حقوق کی خلاف ورزی، محمد بن سلمان امریکی صدر کے نشانے پر؟ 👇👇👇👇👇👇👇 DUCK Partly cloudy here in Florida