Another Nor’easter?

The East Coast has recently battled two rounds of vigorous weather, the first being hurricane Sandy and the second a powerful nor’easter that brought strong winds and snow to some areas. Models are starting to indicate that yet another nor’easter could be heading for the East Coast, and just in time for Thanksgiving. This storm could start gaining strength in the soouthwestern Atlantic by Sunday and move up the coast toward the northeast, making it there just in time for Thanksgiving. Thankfully, if this scenario plays out snow shouldn’t be a major concern in most areas due to warm air occupying the majority of the eastern half of the United States. However, heavy rain and possible airport delays could be an issue with this upcoming week being an incredibly busy travel week. It is still a bit too soon to tell if this scenario will indeed play itself out, so we will keep our eyes in that direction and give you updates as we get a better handle on late next week. -Greg


Posted under aviation, event, First Look, weather

This post was written by qni_it on November 15, 2012

1 Comment so far

  1. Janice Thompson November 21, 2012 6:15 PM

    ES-Be a model for change. Pardon the damn turkey!

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