(Worthy News) – A significant and disruptive winter storm will impact millions of Americans from coast-to-coast this week, with heavy snow, blizzard conditions, significant icing, flooding and severe weather all being possible.
FOX Weather meteorologist Jason Frazer said an area of high pressure will be sitting across the Southeast while an area of low pressure will be sitting atop the Southwest. That will pull warm, moist air from the south. Arctic air will then funnel in as the jet stream dives south, setting the stage for a major winter storm across the northern tier of the U.S.
An estimated 31 million Americans are now under some sort of winter weather alert, and that number will grow as the week continues. [ Source: Fox Weather (Read More…) ]
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