New storms Spanning US as coldest air of the season Strikes East

There are 14 countries on alert for winter on Wednesday morning.

03 February 2021 Wednesday 10:58
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New storms Spanning US as coldest air of the season Strikes East

The long lasting, listing breaking and historical 'easter is finally beginning to go out with only some windy conditions and snow showers for New England today.

The maximum snowfall total from the Northeast from this storm has been 3 ft from Nazareth, Pennsylvania.

Back in Allentown, Pennsylvania, it was the 2nd largest snowstorm in history using a whopping 27.3 inches of snow.

Attention now turns into the upcoming few storms going across the nation with thick snow, gusty winds, blizzard like conditions.

There are 14 countries on alert for winter weather in California to Michigan on Wednesday morning.

This brand new storm will bring heavy snow from California to Colorado with avalanche risk for the area before monitoring east to the Midwest in which a blizzard warning was issued for Iowa using a winter storm watch in effect for Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michigan.

The heaviest snow will probably be in Iowa, southern Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michigan where several regions could see over just a half a foot of snow.

From Friday, the storm will move in the Northeast however, because temperatures will probably be milder for your I-95 corridor, there'll be rain instead of snow.

Further inland, snow will soar from Pennsylvania to upstate New York and portions of interior New England.

Meanwhile, still another storm will soon be moving throughout the Rockies right behind this one with snow.

At this time, this instant storm seems like it may not arrive together for the Northeast by Super Bowl Sunday.

Both key versions, American and European, are revealing much happening on the East Coast late this weekend however this still has the time to modify.

What's sure is that some of the coldest air in years will proceed in the Midwest and eventually the Northeast.

From Sunday, wind chills from the Upper Midwest and the fantastic Lakes are going to be from the 30s, 40s and even 50s below zero.

Spanning US