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Dramatic freeze-up, snow to come in like polar express A storm triggering full-blown blizzard conditions across the northern Plains at midweek will direct a blast cjat bitterly cold Arctic air across the Midwest, as well as southern and eastern parts of the United States through Christmas Day. AccuWeather meteorologists are warning that the Arctic air and brutal winds will make it feel like the dead of winter -- and the combination of snow and a dramatic freeze-up will have some locations feeling like the North Pole.
This radar composite image was captured on Wednesday morning, Dec.
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The combination of poor visibility in snow and high winds are creating blizzard conditions in part of this zone. AccuWeather Even though chat restrictions are in place in many areas of the U. Advancing cold air will continue to catch up with the back edge of a storm and a room cold front in the Central, Southern and Eastern states, causing wintry weather and a slew of hazards for motorists. High winds gusted as high as 80 mph, causing blowing snow and whiteout conditions over portions of Nebraska and the Dakotas on Wednesday morning -- and the wintry weather won't stop there.
Snow will dodge the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Louis and Kansas City, Missouri, areas this time around, but the cold sweep will be brutal.
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Louis and may not reach 20 in Chicago and Milwaukee. Highs in the single digits are forecast for Minneapolis on Thursday. The penetrating cold will raise the risk of unprotected pipes freezing. People who will be away from home are urged to take precautions to avoid busted pipes and water damage.
Temperatures may dip into the upper 30s around Orlando, Florida, by Christmas morning and are forecast to dip near the freezing mark by Saturday morning. The cold plunge down the Florida Peninsula could pose some risk to strawberries in the central counties of the state, but even areas as far south as Miami and Key West, Florida, will feel the chill.
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eooms Saturday morning, temperatures could start off in the 40s and 50s in these areas, respectively. Ro that were wet originally during the first part of the storm are likely to become slushy, snow-covered and icy in a chat of a few hours or less during Thursday and Thursday night. As the cold air arrives and gusty winds shift from south to west, sporadic power rloms are possible from the Appalachians to the Midwest.
Forecasters strongly discourage travel chaat the rapid freeze-up Thursday afternoon to Thursday night as changing weather often brings the greatest challenges and most dangerous conditions to motorists. A few inches of snow can fall on parts of Ohio, eastern Kentucky, western Virginia and the Smoky Mountains in western North Carolina, as well as much of western Pennsylvania and western New York state as the cold air catches up to the moisture from the storm.
Roomd the storm departs and the Arctic air flows across the Great Lakes, bands of lake-effect snow will pick up and become intertwined with the storm's precipitation Christmas Day and even Saturday in parts of New York state. Where bands of snow linger for several hours, a foot or more of snow can roomms up into the weekend. The cold air will spill east of the Appalachians and into the mid-Atlantic during Christmas Day.
New England is forecast to be the last region to experience the winter conditions during Friday night and Roomd. In most cases, the combination of dry and colder air will just cause ro to dry off along the Eastern Seaboard.
However, on Christmas Day and even this weekend, some of these eastern areas may still be reeling from the storm's high winds and flooding rain. Flooding and power outages may linger beyond the storm's departure as colder air sweeps in, leaving potentially thousands of customers without heat. Thanks for your feedback!