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Southeast: Dangerous storms, potentially, Nov 2018 - March 2019
« on: December 05, 2018, 08:17:49 PM »
https://www.weather.gov/

Developing Storm to Threaten Southern States with Heavy Rain Friday into the Weekend; Ice and Snow on the Northern Edge
A developing storm will track across the Southern Plains Friday to the Southeast states and possibly the Mid-Atlantic Coast through Sunday. On the warmer side of the storm, heavy rainfall could cause flooding of low lying areas particularly from Southeast Texas into western Louisiana. Along the northern edge of the storm, potential exists for heavy snow, ice, and dangerous travel conditions.

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Re: Southeast: Dangerous storms, potentially, Nov 2018 - March 2019
« Reply #1 on: December 05, 2018, 08:25:45 PM »
https://weather.com/storms/winter/news/2018-12-02-next-wintry-mess-snow-ice-southern-plains-southeast-east-coast

Major Storm to Spread Heavy Snow, Ice From Southern Plains to the Appalachians Late-Week Into This Weekend

By weather.com meteorologists17 hours agoweather.com
Video:
Winter Storm Diego to Bring Wintry Mess to Millions
Meteorologist Danielle Banks takes a look at Winter Storm Diego, a coast-to-coast storm that will bring ice and snow to many through the weekend.

At a Glance
A new storm system is pushing into California, with snow in the higher terrain and lower-elevation rain.
The storm will then affect a large swath of the nation, from the southern Rockies to the southern Plains and Southeast, late-week into the weekend.
Major snow and ice accumulations will cause travel impacts across a widespread area.
Ice accumulations could cause power outages and tree damage
A major storm will spread a widespread mess of snow, sleet and freezing rain from the southern Plains to the Ozarks and the southern Appalachians late this week into early next week.

The storm system is currently pushing into California and will produce lower-elevation rain and mountain snow there through Thursday.

From Friday into early next week, the storm will unleash its heaviest amounts of snow and ice as it moves farther eastward while interacting with cold air supplied by high pressure to its north. The snow and ice could cause significant travel disruption from parts of the southern Plains to the southern Appalachians. Ice accumulations in some areas may be heavy enough for tree damage and power outages, as well.

Winter storm watches have been issued by National Weather Service in parts of the Texas Panhandle and western/central Oklahoma. Those watches include Amarillo, Texas, Lubbock, Texas, and Oklahoma City. Additional winter storm watches will likely be issued farther east along the path of this storm in the next day or two.

We are still a few days away from this system arriving in the Plains and East, so many of the key forecast details remain uncertain, but the odds are increasing for a major storm.

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Re: Southeast: Dangerous storms, potentially, Nov 2018 - March 2019
« Reply #2 on: December 05, 2018, 08:32:25 PM »
How Much Snow and Ice?
Snow and ice accumulations from this storm will be expansive, extending from the southern Plains to the Ozarks, Ohio Valley and the southern half of the Appalachian Mountains.

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Southern Plains

- Snow totals in the southern Plains are forecast to be generally less than 6 inches in the Texas Panhandle, eastern New Mexico, western/central/northern Oklahoma and southern Kansas. Localized amounts could top a half foot in the northern Texas Panhandle and northwest Oklahoma.
- Significant icing, potentially causing tree damage and triggering power outages, is also possible from southern parts of the Texas Panhandle into central Oklahoma. This may include Lubbock and Oklahoma City.

Ozarks, Ohio Valley and Appalachians

- Although it's too early for specifics, accumulating snow and ice is possible from southern Missouri and northern Arkansas into the Ohio Valley, the southern Appalachians and adjacent Piedmont.
- Some of the heaviest snow accumulations from this storm system will be in the southern half of the Appalachians, including western North Carolina, western Virginia and eastern West Virginia. Totals topping a half foot or even a foot are likely in this region.
- Significant ice and snow accumulations could also impact the adjacent foothills and Piedmont, but it's too early for specifics.
- Travel disruption is likely and there could be power outages and tree damage in areas where snow and ice accumulations are heaviest.

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