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Yet another winter storm may pester East Coast next week

11 March 2018

The East Coast is still recovering from the second nor'easter to hit the region in the past week.

The winds will push water toward the coast and result in flooding at times of high tide from northeastern North Carolina to southern New Jersey. What that storm does once it exits the coast is of interest to us. "If either of these two disturbances fail to interact fast enough, the storm will swing too far out to sea for a nor'easter early next week".

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The issue is a low-pressure system that is expected to move through the southeastern region of the USA over the weekend and redevelop into a coastal storm in the Atlantic on Sunday or Monday.

If the storm does take a northward track, there is a chance of snow and rain in cities such as Baltimore, Philadelphia, and New York City.

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Snow spreads west and northwest across Quebec on Friday with the remnants of Winter Storm Quinn, while snows moves into Newfoundland tomorrow night and Saturday with the new area of low pressure.

Here's a forecast of how much snow is expected to fall from tonight through noon Friday.

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"We think there's going to be a storm developing across the South this weekend, bringing heavy rains and thunderstorms to portions of the southeastern U.S", Jon Porter, VP and head of AccuWeather Enterprise Solutions, told Cheddar. Regardless of the track of the storm, both European and American models agree that cold, February-like weather will continue into the middle of March! Even from the Tennessee River Valley to the Carolinas, wind chills will be in the 20s Wednesday morning.

Yet another winter storm may pester East Coast next week