|This is part of my weather report archive. This article was not originally written for AccuWeather.com, where I started blogging in 2005. This article originally appeared on the WeatherMatrix Site at this URL: http://www.weathermatrix.net/2004/0918/. If the article below does not appear, click here: 30-Year Flood: September 18, 2004: Hurricane Ivan Remnants Cause Worst Flooding in Central PA Since 1972|
The Thanksgiving snowstorm left 300,000 without power and dropped up to 20 inches of snow!
Do me a favor, travel Tuesday, or tell your family to hold on to the turkey until Friday.
Last year this time, a major winter storm in the Northeast was rumored for the biggest travelling day of the year... and so it is again this year:
Extreme lake-effect snow fell south and east of Buffalo, New York, this week, but is it a record? Not even close... so far.
The second shot of reinforcing cold air from last week's polar vortex invasion is coming in -- as more than half the nation is snow-covered.
Yes, that term "polar vortex" is back in the news. Please take this arctic outbreak for the serious meteorological beast that it is; see stats and maps here.