Deadly Snowstorm Heads East
Posted by feww on March 6, 2013
Thousands of flights cancelled as deadly snowstorm pummels US Midwest
The storm is moving east over the Ohio Valley and is forecast to affect the central Appalachians and mid-Atlantic region before hitting Washington, D.C., said NWS.
- The deadly, late winter storm began in Montana dumping heavy snow on the Midwestern U.S., causing hundreds of accidents on the highways, and moving east.
- At least six people were killed in weather-related accidents, as of posting.
- Dozens of additional towns and cities have declared snow emergencies.
- Winter storm warnings were in effect in large portions of the Upper Midwest and the Mid-Atlantic states on Tuesday.
- “The storm system impacting the Midwest will shift into the northeast U.S. on Wednesday, bringing a plethora of weather hazards. Heavy snow, especially in the central Appalachians and northern Mid-Atlantic, strong winds, coastal flooding and rough seas are a few of the weather hazards which may lead to dangerous travel conditions, localized power outages and property damage.” NWS said.
US Weather Hazards Map, March 5, 2013. Source: NWS
- Snow Emergencies Declared across Upper Midwest March 5, 2013
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