Find out more about the cross-country storm hitting several places on the East Coast.
A Cross-Country Storm’s Threat
A cross-country storm is forecast to bring various weather hazards as it moves eastward. Those who plan to do holiday shopping this weekend might be better off doing it online due to the cross-country storm.
The cross-country storm system will bring snow to the central Rockies, with a risk of strong storms in eastern areas of Oklahoma, Texas, and Arkansas. On Saturday, severe storms because of the cross-country storm are expected along the cold front, affecting over 11 million people in the South, with Texas through Kentucky facing the greatest risk.
According to a published article by NBC News, the East Coast where the cross-country storm may pass through, from Florida to Maine, will experience heavy rain and wind on Sunday, leading to potential travel delays. The cross-country storm will leave behind significant rain along the coastal mid-Atlantic and Northeast, while parts of the interior Northeast will see snowfall.
In a published article by FOX Weather, a powerful storm system is affecting over 30 states in the central and eastern US, causing severe weather along the Gulf Coast and rain and snow in the Northeast and New England. This will likely cause travel disruptions for those planning to travel before Thanksgiving in the East.