AccuWeather Global Headquarters - AccuWeather reports Punxsutawney Phil, Pennsylvania's weather forecasting groundhog, saw his shadow on Friday morning, signaling six more weeks of winter weather for the United States. The forecast aligns with that of AccuWeather's long-range meteorologists, who say cold weather will largely dominate throughout the month of February. The main storm track from the East Coast will favor the Northeast and mid-Atlantic throughout February, allowing for a few powerful storms to impact the I-95 corridor.
AccuWeather Global Headquarters - AccuWeather reports the weather should not interfere with sky gazers across the eastern and south-central United States hoping to view the celestial event that has not happened in more than 150 years. North America will be treated to a blue moon, supermoon and a lunar eclipse all at once during the early morning hours of Wednesday. "These three lunar events separately are not uncommon, but it is rare for all three to occur at the same time," AccuWeather Meteorologist and Astronomy Blogger Brian Lada said.
AccuWeather Global Headquarters - You may have heard or read about a storm undergoing "bombogenesis." What exactly does that weather term mean? In simple terms, bombogenesis is a storm that undergoes rapid strengthening. The vast majority of such storms occur over the ocean. The storm can be tropical or non-tropical in nature. Other common phrases for bombogenesis include weather bomb, or simply bomb.
AccuWeather Global Headquarters - AccuWeather reports as millions take to the roads or prepare to fly to their destinations, winter storms will be on the prowl in the central and eastern United States through Christmas morning. A record 107.3 million people will take to planes, trains, aircraft and buses during the period from Saturday, Dec. 23, through Monday, Jan 1, according to the American Automobile Association (AAA). While no intense storms are forecast, there will be areas of rain, ice and snow affecting heavily populated areas and popular travel routes.
AccuWeather Global Headquarters - December 04, 2017 - AccuWeather reports following a mild weekend in the midwestern United States, this week's snowstorm and arctic blast will be a rude awakening. "The storm will pack everything from the first blizzard conditions of the season to strong winds, a blast of arctic air, drenching rain and locally severe thunderstorms," according to AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist Alex Sosnowski.
AccuWeather Global Headquarters - AccuWeather reports some chilly winter weather is in store for the Northeast and mid-Atlantic, with January threatening to bring the coldest air of the season. Although however cold, low temperatures will pale in comparison to those in the northern Plains where the mercury is set to dip to minus 30 degrees Fahrenheit at times. Meanwhile, the southern Plains, Southwest and California can expect a milder and drier winter than last season. Cold and snow to strike Northeast, mid-Atlantic
AccuWeather Global Weather Center - AccuWeather reports as rounds of thunderstorms repeat in portions of the Plains and Mississippi Valley, the potential for dangerous flooding will increase into this weekend. Violent thunderstorms will not be the only threat over a large part of the central United States into this weekend. "In places that have wet ground now, any additional rain will aggravate flooding and delay planting operations," according to AccuWeather Chief Meteorologist Elliot Abrams.
AccuWeather Global Weather Center - AccuWeather reports following isolated damaging thunderstorms in the western Plains to start the week, a more significant severe weather outbreak will eye the central United States into Tuesday night. These storms are not forecast to threaten central Minnesota . Residents from Wisconsin to Texas should keep a close eye on the forecast and keep flashlights and weather radios handy. A strengthening storm system ejecting eastward into the Plains will serve as the trigger for these storms.
The National Weather Service in Grand Forks has issued a Wind Chill Advisory which is in effect from midnight tonight to noon CST Wednesday. COUNTIES AFFECTED... Lake Of The Woods-North Beltrami-North Clearwater-South Beltrami- South Clearwater-Hubbard-East Becker-Wadena- Including the cities of Baudette, Red Lake, Redby, Ponemah, Bagley, Clearbrook, Bemidji, Alida, Ebro, Lake Itasca, Long Lost Lake, Lower Rice Lake, Roy Lake, Upper Rice Lake, Park Rapids, Wolf Lake, Wadena, and Menahga
AccuWeather Global Weather Center - AccuWeather reports people from Texas to Ohio are bracing for a long-duration ice storm that could turn destructive and cut power to hundreds of thousands from Friday to Sunday. A shallow layer of cold air in the atmosphere will accompany a storm over the central United States. The storm will produce a swath of freezing rain along a 1,000-mile swath. As the chilled rain falls on cold surfaces, it will freeze into a glaze of ice. us forecast late week 4