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Another possible Nor’easter TODAY AND TONIGHT!!! State of emergency declared in Kansas City, Missouri, due to Blizzard!!!


Another possible Nor’easter………………..THIS HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK IS FOR SOUTHERN
CONNECTICUT…NORTHEAST NEW JERSEY AND SOUTHEAST NEW YORK.

.DAY ONE…TODAY AND TONIGHT.

HAZARDOUS WEATHER NOT EXPECTED AT THIS TIME.

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN…FRIDAY THROUGH WEDNESDAY.

A STRENGTHENING COASTAL LOW IS EXPECTED TO IMPACT THE AREA
SATURDAY THROUGH EARLY SUNDAY WITH WIDESPREAD SIGNIFICANT
PRECIPITATION. RIGHT NOW…THE PRECIPITATION IS FORECAST TO BE
MAINLY RAIN AT THE COAST AND A WINTRY MIX OF SNOW…SLEET…AND
FREEZING RAIN INLAND. THERE IS A POSSIBILITY FOR SIGNIFICANT
SNOWFALL ACCUMULATIONS ACROSS FAR INTERIOR ZONES.

THERE IS STILL QUITE A BIT OF UNCERTAINTY FOR THIS EVENT THOUGH
AND VARIATIONS IN TRACK AND MAGNITUDE AS WELL AS TIMING WILL LEAD
TO CHANGES IN PRECIPITATION AMOUNTS AND TYPE. MONITOR THE LATEST
NWS FORECASTS FOR UPDATES.

http://www.ctskywarn.com/hwookx.html

The Weather Channel‏@weatherchannel

Stay ahead of Winter Storm #Q ~ Follow @IrishEagle’s front page on @RebelMouse

https://www.rebelmouse.com/winterstormQ/

Largest winter storm of the season helping dent Midwest drought

Posted by: Dr. Jeff Masters, 03:00 PM GMT em 21 de Fevereiro de 2013

The largest snowstorm of the winter for the Midwest drought region is winding up, and promises to bring more than a foot of snow to portions of Kansas and Nebraska. Rain and snow from the storm–dubbed Winter Storm “Q”–will put a noticeable dent in the Great Drought of 2012 – 2013 over the Midwest. A second storm due to move through the region on Monday will provide a bit of additional help. The twin storms promise to drop more than an inch of rain (or liquid equivalent rain, for regions like Kansas and Nebraska getting heavy snow.) Many areas of the drought region should enjoy their their wettest day in months on Thursday. The core drought region in the Midwest needs 3 – 9 inches of precipitation to end the drought, so the 1″ of precipitation expected from the two storms will merely dent the drought, not end it. Still, the economic value of the rain and snow from the two storms is in the billions of dollars. In addition, runoff from the storms will insure that barge traffic on the Mississippi River will be able to operate well into summer. The Mississippi River at St. Louis is currently about 7′ above the lowest water level on record, up over six feet from the near record-low levels of early January.

http://www.wunderground.com/blog/JeffMasters/comment.html?entrynum=2353

Breaking News Storm‏@breakingstorm

State of emergency declared in Kansas City, Missouri, due to winter storm – @NBCNews

1 minThe Weather Channel‏@weatherchannel

Video: Hear Winter Storm #Q thundersnow in Topeka, Kansas this morning on our Facebook page!

https://www.facebook.com/TheWeatherChannel

AccuWeather.com‏@breakingweather

Blizzard conditions continue in the Plains. Here’s the set-up:

http://www.accuweather.com/en/weather-news/blizzard-omaha-to-des-moines/6382024

severe thunderstorm warning inside the winter weather advisory area… Northern Arkansas

http://forecast.weather.gov/wwamap/png/lzk.png

The Weather Channel‏@weatherchannel

MT @alshach: Winter Storm #Q #timelapse 1 hour (Reads right to left 1st.) 1st pic @ 7:57am, last @ 9:05am #KCwx

https://twitter.com/alshach/status/304610371094843392/photo/1

AccuWeather.com‏@breakingweather

2″ an hour of snow in Kansas City with near zero visibility. Radar:

http://www.accuweather.com/en/weather-news/live-major-snowstorm-unfolding/6524698

reaking News Storm‏@breakingstorm

State of emergency in effect for all of Missouri due to winter storm – @kmbc

http://livewire.kmbc.com/Event/Non-stop_live_winter_storm_coverage_from_KMBC_9_News?utm_source=hootsuite&utm_medium=twitter&utm_campaign=kmbc

The Weather Channel‏@weatherchannel

Can Winter Storm #Q dent the heartland #drought?

http://www.weather.com/news/drought/drought-relief-heavy-snow-20130220

 

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