"Significant" winter storm threatens warrant around central United States, affecting 200 million Americans
Despite the fact that the spring may have originated in most of the country, a large winter storm in the late season threatens to bring the conditions of the boreal to the central United States – and the impact of the "bombing cycle" can be felt throughout the country.
The weather forecasting center of the national weather service said on Tuesday that developing a "significant" storm system would initially bring snow over cascades before spreading through the northern rocks in Upper Middle West by mid-week.
"Storm is my friends, in April, it's happening throughout South Dakota, up to Nebraska, and then in Wisconsin," said Fox News senior Fox News Janice Dean of "FOX & friends." "We could see over the legs. snow and wind conditions and the potential for flooding in front of it, as well as some ice. "
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The storm that moves from the Pacific Ocean is predicted to increase and the formation of a new internal "bomber cyclone." The cyclone of the bomb is a rapid drop in air pressure – at least 24 millibars in 24 hours – and often ends either near the oceans or seas, because it requires a warm, humid air that hits the cold dry air, along with unstable weather from the jet 19659006] Warnings about the winter storm and the blizzards reach the central part of the United States with Late winter storm “/>
Warnings about the winter storm and the hollows extend over the central part of the United States from the late winter storm.
Strong snow and heavy winds from the storm predict the production of "life-threatening" travel conditions throughout the region, starting Wednesday, according to the WPC. Blizzard conditions are expected because the winds are tightening at the end of Tuesday afternoon.
"Strong wet snow can also lead to power outage," NWS said.
This will be the second such storm in less than a month. The March 13 storm caused a massive flood in the Midwest, a blizzard in Colorado and Wyoming, and produced winds between 96 mph and 110 mph.
In addition to heavy snow, rain will be stretched through parts of the central US, which are still affected by flooding of rivers, including Iowa and Illinois. There is also the threat of severe weather for the Mississippi River valleys and Ohio on Thursday.
Tsimbon bombs this week are expected to be similar in intensity and snowfall, said meteorologists. The heavy, wet snow will fall from the Nebraska lumen through southern central and south-eastern South Dakota to western Minnesota. Wind speed can reach 50 mph to 60 mph through Kansas.
Up to 2 feet of snow Forecast from the late winter storm season throughout the central United States, in addition to heavy rains.
An intense storm system can affect up to 200 million Americans by the end of the week, according to the AccuWeather program. Up to 50 buildings
Warnings about Blizzard extend from Nebraska to western Minnesota, where up to 2 feet of "very heavy and humid" snow can fall.
early on Friday, similar to last April, – said in Twitter at the NWS Twin Cities office.
"This may not be a typical hovercraft with dry, powdery snow for the plains and upper Midwest," said Senior Meteorologist Alix Sosnowski. "But, it may be more of a plastering effect with heavy, wet snow, which is difficult to shovel and pluck."
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Severe snow can also affect Minneapolis-St. Paul subway area, which also provides rain to transition to frozen precipitation.
"If the mixture does not reach the north of the twin cities, then perhaps the station may also feel the swells-like
After impacting in the central part of the United States, it is predicted that the storm system will eventually bring rain to the north-east by the end of the week.  to this report.