Christmas Eve 2020, Not A Good Time To Travel
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At 8:40 pm, on the Christmas Eve, December 24, 2020, the taste of the winter storm carried by rain and wind has even reached the various peaceful small towns outside of Orlando, Florida.
According to National Weather Service in Tallahassee, at noon on Tuesday, December 22, 2020, its 47 degrees was actually below Caribou, Maine’s 61 degrees! Some western part of South Florida even saw some frost early Wednesday morning, December 23, 2020, according to the weather service in Miami, Florida.
Washington, D.C., New York and Boston are bracing for high winds and torrential downpours on Christmas Eve. The South may see tornadoes, in the video “Powerful Christmas Eve storm heads to East Coast“, below:
Despite health officials warning people to stay home for the holidays because of the surging pandemic, millions are taking to the skies – but stormy weather is throwing a wrench to many people’s plans. NBC’s Sam Brock reports from Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, and TODAY’s Dylan Dreyer forecasts where the storm is headed and how severe it will be, in the video “Massive Storm Wreaks Havoc For The Holiday Amid Record Pandemic Travel, TODAY“, below:
In today’s video, we decipher a potential Upcoming New Year’s Week Winter Storm! We use the European model to breakdown this potential Major Winter Storm across the Central US as it travels east and possibly develop a 2nd low pressure center along the east coast on New Year’s Day! This storm could bring up to 12-18 inches of snow across the US North Central Plains & Midwest, Severe Weather to the US Southeast and flooding rains to the Mid-Atlantic & Northeast! In the video “Upcoming New Year’s Week Winter Storm! Winter Storm Ivy?“, below:
National Weather Service’s “Watches, Warnings & Advisories“
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