Snow, ice, wind, cold, prolonged cold. It’s all in the near future for many areas not used to seeing such weather extremes.
Tag Archives: Blizzard
Will the weather affect your New Years Eve plans? Well let’s hope not, but we do have a variety of weather conditions occurring across the lower 48 from snow to severe storms and heavy rain. A strong storm system will bring additional snow today across the Northern Plains and Upper Midwest. Snow accumulations of up […]
It’s officially springtime in the UK, but winter is still making an appearance this week as a strong low pressure system brings blizzard conditions, strong to gale-force winds and heavy rains to portions of Scotland, Northern Ireland and Northern England. Up to 48,000 homes across Northern Ireland are without power due to the storm. […]
You’ve heard the expression, “When life gives you lemons, make lemonade.” So during the blizzard of 2010 in Northeast and Mid Atlantic states, that’s what several businesses did – except they used snow and made snow cones! As the 2010 blizzard progressed, the list of business and government closings grew longer and longer as […]
In light of all the snow that has fallen over the Mid-Atlantic and quite aware of even more snow to come, I started to wonder about how what’s being called Snowmageddon 2010 stacks up compared to previous blizzards. Is this past weekend’s blizzard of the Mid-Atlantic states destined for the record books? Yes. Is it […]
Though about 2/3s of the country is currently experiencing temperatures well below normal, it’s about to get colder. And so on the heels of the weekend New England blizzard that dumped record-breaking snows in many areas, the nation begins to prepare for even more cold – and more cold. Cold like we haven’t seen in […]