United States Weather

Extreme Weather Will Hit Northeast This Weekend

Another weather advisory alerts from Northwest to Northeast again show that millions of residents in the US will be experiencing disrupted travels due to snow, ice, and thunderstorm. AccuWeather meteorologists predict this extensive storm will bring down the temperature to the wintry precipitation from Thursday to Friday.

Winter rain is expected in the metro areas of New York City, Philadelphia, and Washington, D. C. According to, “Thunderstorms that poke northward from the Southern states could turn severe in parts of western Pennsylvania and Ohio Thursday, with strong wind gusts and power outages posing the greatest threat. Farther to the east, in much of the Interstate 95 zone, a period or two of rain with low cloud ceilings and areas of fog could slow motorists down and lead to airline delays. Rumbles of thunder can occur as far to the east as the mid-Atlantic coast with this storm system Thursday night to early Friday.” stated their weather news outlet.

Recent weather havoc hit the West coast, with flashing floods, mudslides, potholes on the highways, and overflowing reservoirs in the driest regions. The ACE (Altamont Corridor Express) train stopped due to a landslide. The ACE spokesperson said in their official release, that the train stalled and became stuck on the tracks Tuesday morning along Niles Canyon after being struck by a landslide. The train was heading westbound, did not derail, and no one was injured in this incident.

From Thursday morning to Friday morning, the biggest concern is for motorists and pedestrians due to freezing rain becoming icy streets, highways, and sidewalks from parts of northern Pennsylvania, New York state, Connecticut, and Massachusetts to southern Vermont, and southern New Hampshire respectively, AccuWeather Meteorologist Nicole LoBiondo said.

The upper New York state, Canada, Southern Ontario, Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine are expected to see snow from 6-12 inches.

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