(TheWeatherSpace.com) – The most reliable medium range model thus far this winter is projecting a track that of the March 1993 Super Storm Nor’easter up the East Coast Wednesday and Thursday of This Week, bringing widespread blizzard conditions as that one did, including severe thunderstorms capable of tornadoes across Florida.
We are not far out from it, but a system that will bring severe thunderstorms capable of tornadoes across Florida later Wednesday into Wednesday night will start off the domino effect for this storm. A piece of energy will break off and move up the east coast next week, which will bring a slew of weather conditions similar to that of March 1993′s Super Storm.
Heavy snow will fall in Tennessee and Northern AL and Georgia with such a pattern. It will go on to produce heavy snow across Western North Carolina, all of Virginia, and up the entire Mid-Atlantic and Northeast States from there. The potential for widespread blizzard conditions for these areas is growing. Confidence now is medium, but growing … due to the performance of this model this winter thus far being accurate.
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