Strong storm hitting Southwest with threat of snow report warmth on tap in Midwest originally appeared on abcnews.go.com
A new potent storm is hitting the West Coastline, primarily Southern California from Los Angeles to San Diego, bringing the danger of mudslides, flash flooding, gusty winds, and major mountain snow.
This storm is predicted to transfer throughout the region and carry a variety of weather to the Midwest and the East Coast as a result of the weekend.
Currently this early morning, five states from California to Nebraska are underneath snow, flood, and wind alerts as this storm moves east more than the subsequent few times.
Early this morning, the storm is bringing torrential rainfall to Los Angeles and San Diego, with attainable flash flooding and debris move. Large snow is slipping in the Southern California mountains just outside the house of Los Angeles.
By Friday and Saturday the storm commences to go east, by the Rockies on Friday and into the Plains and the Midwest on Saturday.
A winter storm watch currently been issued for this weekend in Nebraska and Kansas for large snow.
In advance of the storm, sturdy to significant storms are doable from Texas to Tennessee. In the Excellent Lakes, with gentle air around, large rain is expected in Chicago and Detroit, and some localized flash flooding is feasible.
By Sunday, rain from this storm will go into the Northeast.
In the meantime, almost 50 record highs were tied or damaged yesterday in the heartland, from Texas to Michigan.
In Chicago it hit 57 degrees at O’Hare airport, making it the 2nd warmest Xmas ever recorded in the city and the warmest Christmas there due to the fact 1982.
The warmest Xmas on record was observed in Des Moines, Iowa, exactly where it strike 60 degrees, and in Louisville, Kentucky, where by it was 67.
Right now, extra document highs are forecast in the Midwest with highs close to 60 from Chicago to Detroit and close to 70 in St. Louis.