According to AccuWeather.com senior meteorologist Paul Walker, a rare October Nor’easter that is forecast to hit at least 10 states from North Carolina to Maine starting Saturday morning has the possibility to be the largest October storm in New York City history. Saturday starts off with some sunshine but clouds will rapidly increase by the afternoon. Most of the state was cloudy by 3 or 4 PM, even though there was no rain. Nor’easter is a type of macro-scale storm along the East Coast of the United States and Atlantic Canada, so named because the storm travels to the northeast from the south and the winds come from the northeast, especially in the coastal areas of the Northeastern United States and Atlantic Canada.
The first impact from this storm will be in the early evening on Saturday (6 PM to 8 PM). Cold rain will break out along the coastline in York and Cumberland counties with wet snow mixing fast across the interior. Major cities up and down the coast can expect to see a chilly rain on this morning that changes to snow in the evening. According to examiner.com, there is a Coastal Flood Watch in the area east of Boston which means that there will be some flooding, due to the heavy rain expected, before it changes over to wet snow in the latter half of this storm.Read also
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