Tracking East Coast snow storm

Tracking East Coast snow storm

Four people were reportedly killed on the roads of the southern east coast states of North Carolina and sc on Thursday, where icy conditions sent vehicles skittering. It occurs when pressure drops more than 24 millibars in 24 hours, like a bomb. "It becomes a question of common sense for New Yorkers".

New England is expected to feel the brunt of this winter storm on Thursday.

While the storm is fast moving and will likely be gone by Friday, it will leave extremely cold temperatures in its wake.

The storm brought as much as 20 centimeters (nearly 8 inches) of snow to some parts of New York City.

Let's hope this one "bombs" out, just as so many botched forecasts in the past have been. The cold front is expected to break records throughout the east. The high in Burlington, Vermont, on Saturday may only be minus 5 degrees, he said.

The bitter cold that has gripped much of the US for the past week is about to get worse, and the East Coast will bear the brunt of it. How much you get depends on where you are. The outer edges of this storm began impacting the far eastern parts of our region and the Eastern Shore at around 9 p.m. on Wednesday, and is slowly expanding westward during the overnight hours. "That's the most unusual thing about this storm".

On Sunday, temperatures will move back up to a more normal (but still cold) high of 22 degrees around NY and Philadelphia, with a high in Boston around 16. In the town of Rockport, The Weather Channel storm tracker Jim Cantore watched as water levels rose quickly Thursday afternoon and threatened to wash away several parked cars that were left behind. Part II will feature howling winds and the coldest temperatures of the winter so far.

The National Weather Service is upping the ante a bit.

A winter storm dubbed Grayson has been described as a "bombogenesis", "bomb cyclone" and "winter hurricane".

In Rhode Island, hospitals were treating dozens of storm-related injuries as the region grits through a deep freeze that followed a powerful blizzard.

Heavy snow freezing rain and sleet on the storms western side
Bomb Cyclone moving north along the east coast Heavy snow freezing rain and sleet on the storms western side

Wednesday Afternoon: Partly sunny, with a high near 28.

Saturday 's temperatures will creep back up into the teens in NY and Philadelphia, only to plunge to 5 degrees after the sun sets, though the NWS expects winds to subside.

In Savannah, snow blanketed the city's lush downtown squares and collected on branches of burly oaks for the first time in almost eight years. Chance of precipitation is 100 percent.

A person walks a dog past plowed snow as wind-whipped snow swirls in Boston's Seaport district. Wind gusts hit more than 70 miles per hour (113 kph) in places and some areas saw as much as 18 inches (46 centimeters) of snow. Accumulations of 3-5in were possible in eastern North Carolina.

Forecasters warned of the dangers of frostbite and hypothermia in Chicago, where wind chills of minus 37C were predicted.

The National Weather Service said on Friday that temperatures in the Berkshire mountains in western MA could seem like a frosty minus 37C (minus 34F), parts of New Hampshire and ME could experience minus 42C (minus 45F) and Vermont's mountain regions could feel like minus 45C (minus 50F).

Friday Night: Partly cloudy, with a low around 6.

More than 3,000 US flights have been canceled, according to FlightAware.

Sunday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 23.

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