Severe weather with fast-moving tornadoes first, then a winter storm with Arctic blast heads for the East Coast on the Christmas Eve

Lovin Jesus

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A winter storm has developed over the northern United States on Wednesday with a cold blast spread in the wake of the Arctic front. Winter weather is forecast to spread across the Northeast, while the front with severe storms and tornado potential races for the Mid-Atlantic and East Coast on Christmas Eve.

A significant blizzard has developed across parts of the northern United States through Wednesday evening and night hours, now gradually vanishing towards the Great Lakes on Thursday early morning.

A significant outbreak of Arctic cold air mass is expected to spread towards the East Coast and Northeast tonight through Christmas morning.

The Arctic front, associated with this winter storm is forecast to continue east across the Southeast United States today, reaching the East Coast and the Mid-Atlantic region this Christmas Eve.

Severe weather, including organized supercell storms with potential for damaging winds and fast-moving tornadoes, will continue along the moving Arctic front. An ENHANCED RISK has been issued for the Mid-Atlantic region.

While mostly the eastern half of the country should be affected by this winter storm, the current snow coverage over the States does suggest that a good part of the United States should experience White Christmas Eve and morning.

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Praising my Savior all the day long!
We were 48* for high Tuesday at 10am, by 5 pm it was like 15*, blizzard conditions Wednesday high of 19, and 5* this morning, think the high was 25!