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What is the winter storm called 2021?

What is the winter storm called 2021?

February 15–20, 2021 North American winter storm

Category 3 “Major” (RSI/NOAA: 7.497)
Satellite imagery of the winter storm impacting the Southern United States on February 17
Type Extratropical cyclone Winter storm Ice storm Nor’easter Bomb cyclone
Formed February 14, 2021
Dissipated February 26, 2021

Are we getting a blizzard in February 2021?

The U.S. 2020-2021 Winter Forecast The Farmer’s Almanac is also calling for a possible, wide-scale blizzard to take place from D.C. to Boston in mid-February, 2021.

What are the 2020 winter storm names?

Here’s the list of names:

  • Abigail.
  • Billy.
  • Constance.
  • Dane.
  • Eartha.
  • Flynn.
  • Gail.
  • Harold.

How many inches of snow fell in the blizzard of 78?

Great Blizzard of 1978

Category 5 “Extreme” (RSI/NOAA: 39.07)
Surface map on the morning of January 26, 1978.
Dissipated January 29, 1978
Lowest pressure 955.5 mb (28.22 inHg)
Maximum snowfall or ice accretion 52 in (130 cm) Muskegon, Michigan

How much snow fell in NJ in the Blizzard of 1996?

Ironically, the Blizzard of 1996 didn’t drop much more snow on New Jersey than the recent storm — 32 inches were recorded at Edison. But the severe nor’easter that raged from Jan. 6, 1996 to Jan. 8, 1996 paralyzed the East Coast and could serve as a textbook example of an extreme storm.

Will there be a snowy winter for 2021?

Old Farmer’s Almanac Predicts Mild and Dry 2021-2022 Winter for California – Most of the U.S. Will Experience Bone-Chilling, Below-Average Temperatures.

Is there going to be a blizzard in the northeast?

Blizzard warnings have been issued for parts of seven states in anticipation of Winter Storm Juno, which will be a major snowstorm for the Northeast Monday through Tuesday night, lingering into Wednesday morning. Parts of the region will see blizzard conditions and more than 2 feet of snow.

Where is the Winter Storm Juno currently located?

Winter Storm Juno is currently a modest clipper-type system bringing light to locally moderate snow accumulations across parts of the Midwest and spreading into the Mid-Atlantic states.

Where is the snow going to fall in the northeast?

Washington, D.C. could see some light snow accumulations late Sunday night into Monday, but the heaviest amounts will likely stay to the north and west of the city. More than 6 inches of snow could fall in the Philadelphia area, especially from the city east into southern New Jersey.