Monster storm could bring deadly winter weather to US
As a bomb tornado is predicted to bring blizzard conditions and strong winds to a significant portion of the continental United States during the upcoming Christmas week, severe winter weather is expected to affect to millions of people across the country, according to Subway news.
The media added that the National Weather Service (NWS) has issued winter weather advisories and warnings to multiple states, and warned that the entire nation could see heat. dangerous lows and sleet. Many western states, including much of Idaho, Montana, Utah and Wyoming, have issued winter weather advisories.
“These areas are also expected to see sudden downpours of snow, as snow falling at more than 1 inch per hour combined with gusts creates hazardous driving conditions.”
We got chills looking at this forecast
⬇️ This shows high temperature Tuesday-Sunday, color represents difference from average. Many people will experience A LOT of below-average temperatures this week, ~20-30° or more lower. Remember, the cold wind will make you feel colder than this! pic.twitter.com/4fGd3lXdoP
— NWS Weather Center (@NWSWPC) December 20, 2022
Based on fox weather, Winter storms will also usher in life-threatening, cold weather that causes widespread flash-freezing in the Plains, Midwest and East as heavy rain drags temperatures rapidly below freezing levels as far as Florida, where the coldest Christmas could be seen in more than 30 years.
Based on USA today, Winter storm warnings, cold wind warnings and winter weather advisories are in effect across parts of the Midwest and Pacific Northwest, where up to 24 inches of extra snow is expected in Washington. on Tuesday.
Meanwhile, the National Weather Service has issued winter storm warnings for more than 40 million people in the North Central US, including Chicago, where high winds and cold temperatures are predicted to pose a major threat. than snowfall.
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