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Winter Storm Quinlan Path Tracker LIVE – Bomb storm causes gales & snow to cover Northeast as storm makes landfall in Kansas City

A POWERFUL “bomb cyclone” stoked fears as it is set to make landfall in the Northeast this weekend after snow blanketed areas like Kansas City.

The snow stormNamed Winter Storm Quinlan by Weather channelcould bring heavy rain, thunderstorms, gusty winds, snow, and a cold snap to the Eastern United States in particular, AccuWeather reported.

“This storm will only strengthen as it moves east,” CNN Meteorologist Jennifer Gray said on Friday. “We could see the possibility of severe weather as we experience it tonight and even tomorrow, with the risk of strong winds, heavy hail and even tornadoes.”

“Winter storm warning and winter weather advisories stretch from northern New England to the deep south,” Gray warned.

ONE Bomb tornadoalso known as bombogenesis, “occurs when a mid-latitude tornado rapidly strengthens,” according to National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

Read our Winter Storm Quinlan link blog for the latest updates…

  • Swap alcohol for hot chocolate

    “Actually alcohol doesn’t make you warm,” the Weather Channel noted in a video.

    “It can make you feel warm as you move blood to the top of your skin, but taking that heat away from your core can be dangerous,” the channel’s experts explain.

    Swap your alcoholic beverage for hot chocolate, which has more calories – needed to keep your body healthy in cold conditions – and will help raise your body temperature.

  • Where did the storm start?

    According to experts Weather channel.

    A pair of strong jet streams will create low pressure along the frigid front in the lower Mississippi Valley on Friday, then strengthen as it moves into the Northeast on Saturday and eastern Canada on Sunday.

  • Why should you start slowly?

    While it’s tempting to go into a hot tub, sauna, or jacuzzi after returning from the cold, you could be putting yourself at risk.

    The Weather Channel warns: “Exposure to extreme heat is not the cure for hypothermia.

    “If you take a dip in the jacuzzi it can be very painful for your skin and even cause a heart attack.”

    Try to warm up after exposure to extreme cold by covering yourself with warm towels or using well-positioned hot water bottles.

  • NY and NJ get hurricane warning

    According to the National Weather Service, much of upstate New York and New Jersey, including Orange County, lies under Winter storm warningclock, or advisor.

    As of Friday morning, New York City did not.

    Forecasters are predicting up to 6 inches of snow outside New York City as the storm heads east.

    Predictably, even if the worst doesn’t happen, the city will have a bad Saturday.

    Rain is expected early Saturday before mixing with snow and sleet between 10am and 3pm.

    It is predicted that snow will fall after 3pm.

  • Don’t seek refuge in your car

    While it can act as a temporary shelter from a winter storm, you should avoid waiting for winter conditions in your car.

    Experts at The Weather Channel explain: “It can be dangerous to take shelter in a stuck vehicle.

    The metal frame of a car creates “a very cold situation” and regulating the temperature inside a car can be very complicated.

    Running your engine may not be a safe solution either.

    “Only do this if you know you can keep the exhaust clear,” explains the Weather Channel’s winter safety video.

    “Snow and mud that accumulates around pipes can clog exhaust pipes and cause carbon monoxide poisoning.”

  • Snow in Cincinnati

    Meteorologists predict 2-4 inches of snow in Greater Cincinnati, with areas east of Hamilton affected by it.

    For those counties, a winter storm warning is in effect.

    Naturally, the snow will bring a cold, with temperatures in the 20s on Saturday.

  • Why joint pain can signal rain

    The humid weather seems to make joint pain worse.

    Although there is no conclusive evidence to explain this, it may be because baroreceptors in the joints sense a drop in barometric pressure when the weather turns from dry to rainy.

    When this happens, fluid levels in the joints fluctuate according to these changes, which can cause nerve pain.

  • More storms in Cincinnati

    The National Weather Service in Wilmington Rain forecast in Greater Cincinnati starting Friday afternoon and turning to snow throughout the evening.

    Due to rain and cold weather, Friday night travel can be sluggish or slippery.

    The heaviest snowfall will fall between midnight and 7 a.m. Saturday, but later snow is still possible.

  • According to reports, high winds can cause migraines

    When there’s a gust of wind outside, the body can react as if it’s under attack and produce so-called fight-or-flight reflexes, such as increased heart rate and heightened emotions.

    And high winds can also trigger migraines.

    One reason is affecting the hypothalamus, the area of ​​the brain that monitors the body’s functions; it can lead to constriction or swelling of the blood vessels in the head, which can cause the pain associated with migraines.

    Scientists at the University of Calgary in Canada looked at links between people experiencing migraine attacks and the presence of Canada’s ‘Chinook’ wind – the warm westerly wind that characterizes Alberta, Canada , has a definite onset of time and is an indication of profound weather change.

    Of the 75 patients studied, 32 were more likely to experience migraines during Chinook weather conditions than on days without them.

  • When will the storm leave?

    The storm is expected to exit the United States and enter Canada by Sunday, according to the Weather Channel.

    However, it could leave cold air behind, which could lead to runways in the Northeast on Sunday morning.

  • What happens in a tornado?

    It occurs when a tornado in the middle rapidly strengthens, dropping at least 24 millibars – One millibar measures barometric pressure – in 24 hours.

    This can happen when a cold air mass collides with a warm air mass.

    An example is when cold air moves over warm seas.

    The formation of this rapidly intensifying weather system is a process known as bombogenesis, which produces what is known as a bomb cyclone.

  • What will happen in Syracuse

    According to the National Weather Service, Syracuse can be received 8 to 12 inches of snow from early Saturday morning through early Sunday morning.

    The heaviest snowfall is forecast between 1:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. Saturday, with gusts reaching 35 mph for the day.

    From 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. Sunday, a winter storm warning is in effect.

  • How to prepare for a winter storm

    Each Ready.govThe best way to prepare for a winter storm is to do the following:

    • Make an emergency supply kit. All cleaning supplies, two masks per person to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and non-perishable meals that can last days or weeks in the event you have to stay home, should all be included in your box.
    • Create a communication strategy for your family.
    • Help parents sprinkle rock salt, sand, or cat poop on sidewalks and walkways. This helps to make them less shiny.
    • Make sure you’re dressed warmly and have enough blankets on hand.
    • Bring your dogs indoors with you. They can also be damaged by the cold.
  • Weather channel in Syracuse

    On Saturday and Sunday mornings, the Weather Channel’s meteorologist Reynolds Wolf will broadcast from Syracuse.

    Wolf co-hosts AMHQ Weekend, which airs Saturdays and Sundays from 6am to 9am.

    Wolf will be in Syracuse as the storm is expected to leave some of the heaviest snow there, having been named Winter Storm Quinlan by The Weather Channe.

  • How winter storms cause death

    Most of the people who die from winter storms are not caused by the weather.

    The majority of deaths are due to traffic accidents on icy roads.

    Some also died of heart attacks while shoveling and hypothermia from prolonged exposure to cold weather.

  • Are tornado bombs the same as hurricanes?

    All dependent about the intensity of the storm, how quickly the pressure drops, and how quickly the wind speeds up. These bomb cyclones can sometimes produce hurricane-force winds of 75 to 80 mph.

    Therefore, a whirlwind of bombs as well as snowfall in winter can be very powerful and dangerous.

  • Winter storm name

    These are naming Selected Weather Channel for winter storms in the 2021-2022 season:

    • Atticus
    • Bankston
    • Carrie
    • Delphine
    • Elmer
    • Frida
    • Garrett
    • Hatcher
    • Izzy
    • Jasper
    • Kenan
    • Landon
    • Mile
    • Nancy
    • Oaklee
    • Phyllis
    • Quinlan
    • Rachel
    • Silas
    • Tad
    • Usher
    • Female Star
    • Willow
    • Xandy
    • Yeager
    • Zion
  • Saturday morning weather

    New York City, Jersey Shore and Long Island will see heavy rain Saturday morning.

    As cold air enters, the system is pushed towards the city, causing a rapid transition to rain.

    By afternoon, there will be about half an inch of snow on the ground.

    Strong winds are also forecast FOX Weather.

  • Biggest blizzard of all time: ranked

    Based on How content worksThe 10 biggest blizzards of all time are:

    • Snowstorm of 1888: Northeastern United States
    • Storm of the Century, 1993: US East
    • 2006 New York City blizzard
    • Lhunze County, Tibet in 2008
    • Mount Shasta, California in 1959
    • Eastern Canada blizzard 1971: Quebec and Ontario, Canada
    • 1972 Iran snowstorm: Iran and Azerbaijan
    • The Great Snow of 1717: New England
    • Buffalo blizzard in 1977
    • Snowmageddon 2014: Atlanta
  • What is a tornado bomb?

    Cyclone storm is a word used by meteorologists to describe a low-pressure system that undergoes bombogenesis, defined as a rapid decrease in pressure of at least 24 millibars in less than 24 hours, and suggests about a powerful storm system.

    In general, the stronger the wind, the lower the pressure.

  • Biggest blizzard of all time

    NESIS takes into account the fact that some of the deadliest storms have light snowfall that is blown out of view by storm winds.

    Some hurricanes are more severe than others because they make landfall in large cities or are so extensive that they make landfall in many cities.

  • Quinlan is expected to get stronger

    According to FOX Weather, the storm will develop into a bomb vortex as it makes landfall on the East Coast with heavy snow and high winds this weekend.

  • Dramatic snow forecast for Syracuse

    The Weather Channel’s meteorologist Reynolds Wolf will broadcast from Syracuse, New York on Saturday and Sunday mornings like Winter storm Quinlan sweeping the area, Post-Syracuse Criteria Friday report.

    Spokesman Kimberly Vining said Wolf was heading to Syracuse because that’s where some of the heaviest snow is predicted to be as a result of Quinlan.

    Syracuse could see 8 to 12 inches of snow from early Saturday morning through Sunday morning, National Weather Service revealed.

    New York City’s all-time seasonal snowfall record was set during the 1992 to 1993 season, when Syracuse saw a total of 192.1 inches, according to the New York Times. Golden Snowball Awards Website.

  • Cold can beat the record

    The Weather Channel shared a graphic on twitter shows that parts of the South can cope with record cold after Winter storm Quinlan.

    “Hey, Southeast! Are you ready? 🥶” the tweet read.

    The picture shows Jacksonville, Florida could hit a low of 28 on Sunday, where the record is at 32.

  • When will the storm leave the US?

    Winter storm Quinlan should leave the United States and go to Canada on Sunday, Weather channel reported.

    But it can leave bitter cold air in its wake, which could lead to icy roads in the Northeast on Sunday morning, so drivers should be on the lookout.

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