Nicole will continue her impact on Florida, Georgia, and the Carolinas this Thursday.
HURRICANE NICLE DOWNGRADED to TROPICAL STORM ASS IT LASHES FLORIDA STORM SURGE
The system struck the coast as a hurricane, south of Vero Beach, on the state’s eastern coast.
This storm is extremely large and will have severe impacts on Florida and the Southeast.
This system is likely to cause power outages and tropical-storm-force winds.
The remnants of Nicole will make landfall on Friday and Saturday along the East Coast. They will bring very heavy rainfall and possible flooding to millions of people living along the I-95 corridor.
A blizzard is currently sweeping across the northern Plains, through the upper Midwest, and a strong storm and cold front are bringing in the arctic air.
With snowfall rates up to 2 inches per hour, heavy snowfall and whipping winds can make it difficult, if not impossible, for travelers.
From Montana to the Dakotas and Minnesota, there are blizzard warnings, icestorm warnings and winter warnings.
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The temperature behind the system will drop to the single digits with wind chills even lower.