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Winter Storm Miles Path Tracker 2022 LIVE

OTHER Another major winter storm is hitting parts of the US, with snow, ice, strong winds and rain making landfall or possibly making landfall from the Midwest to the East Coast Thursday through the weekend.

Wild weather is forecast to move across the country before exploding across the East Coast over the weekend, according to Weather channel.

The storm has been named the Winter Storm Mile, and National Weather Service warns that the central, southern and eastern United States will face a winter that combines heavy rain and snow, leading to possible flooding and thunderstorms.

It comes after thousands of flights were canceled across the country earlier this month due to snow and hail that hit more than 20 states.

More than 100 million people have been notified of winter weather and at least 3,600 scheduled flights have been disrupted, causing widespread travel disruption.

Read our Winter Storm Miles trail tracker for the latest news and updates…

  • When will the storm end?

    The storm will leave the South China Sea on Friday, Weather channel reported.

    “Rain is expected across the Northeast to southern Maine coast, with milder air ahead of the system,” on Friday, the outlet noted.

    However, that doesn’t mean the storm will no longer be dangerous once it reaches that part of the country.

    “Strong, potentially damaging winds could be accompanied by a cold front as it moves across the northeast coast between Thursday night and early Friday morning,” the Weather Channel warned.

  • Financial damage due to winter storms

    Winter storm Price $1.1 billion in insured losses in 2021, down from $2 billion in 2019.

    Snow, ice, freezing, and flooding are all part of winter storms.

    Winter storms generated a record $15.1 billion in insured damage in the first half of 2021, almost entirely due to the February 12-22 winter storms that affected the a large area of ​​the United States, especially Texas.

  • ‘If you don’t have to go out, DON’T’

    The National Weather Service out of Kansas City on Twitter advised drivers in the area not to go out as the storm ravaged the area on Thursday.

    “This is just one of the backups on KC Metro. Dozens of accidents are being reported. If you don’t have to go out, DON’T!” NWS Kansas City wrote on the social media platform along with a photo of assisted traffic and an image depicting how dire the traffic conditions were on the morning of February 17.

  • Snow, ice and rain fall

    Winter storm Miles is spreading snow, ice and heavy rain this afternoon from the Central Plains to the Midwest and Great Lakes, according to reports. Weather channel.

    The Wichita, Kansas area alone saw up to 4.5 inches of snow, plus 12 to 18 inches of water surge, the outlet noted.

  • Freezing Temperatures in Missouri

    The Weather Channel reported from Missouri on Thursday, where temperatures have dropped and snow continues to fall.

  • Miles on the go

    A weather analysis Twitter account shared images of what it could look like as the Winter Storm Mile moves across the Midwest to the Northeast on Thursday.

  • Flood warning is active

    “Flood warnings are in place for parts of the Midwest and Northeast as rain from Winter Storm #Miles encounters snow and frozen ground,” the Weather Channel shared on Twitter on Thursday.

  • 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.
  • Why America started naming hurricanes, continued

    Established by the World Meteorological Organization, a list of names currently used to identify Atlantic Storm on a six-year cycle.

    The only time there is a change is if a hurricane is so deadly or costly that it would be inappropriate to use its name for another storm in the future.

    In the event that more than 21 named tropical cyclones occur in a season, an additional list of names will be used.

    For winter storms, the Weather Channel has named winter storms from the winter season 2012-2013.

  • Why did the US start naming hurricanes?

    Tropical cyclones and hurricanes were tracked by year and order of occurrence until the early 1950s.

    However, over time, it was discovered that special name will be needed to reduce confusion and streamline communications when two or more tropical cyclones occur at the same time.

    That came after hurricane announcements from radio stations were mistaken for warnings about an entirely different storm hundreds of miles away.

  • Warm up slowly

    While you may want to go into a hot tub, sauna, or hot tub after returning from the cold, you may be putting yourself at risk.

    “Exposure to intense heat is not the cure for hypothermia,” the Weather Channel video warns.

    “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.

  • No alcohol

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

  • Drink a lot of water

    The Weather Channel explains in the video how important it is to drink water in the winter for your safety.

    “You can still get dehydrated in the winter,” the outlet warns, but you’re less likely to realize it.

    Dry winter air causes sweat to evaporate faster, so you may not realize the severity of dehydration as quickly as during the summer months.

    “Drink more water, especially when exercising outside,” advises the Weather Channel.

  • Gentle on freezing skin

    In a video from January, The Weather Channel explains why you shouldn’t rub frostbitten skin to warm it up.

    “Your first instinct may be to rub your hands together to cause friction, but resist the urge,” the video advises.

    Tiny ice crystals on your skin can tear and separate soft tissues, causing more damage.

    A safer way to warm is to gradually heat the skin, ideally with warm water.

  • The Weather Channel is here for you

    Weather.com will report and track the Winter Storm Mile during its operation.

  • Expected six inches in some areas

    Snowfall totals in Mountain West will be modest to moderate, but given the region’s lack of recent storms, any new snowfall is welcome.

    From Kansas to southeastern Michigan, suburban St. Lawrence of New York and northernmost Maine, a thin layer of snow of at least 6 inches is expected.

  • Damaged trees and power outages in New England

    During that time, areas of New England and Long Island were particularly vulnerable to damaged trees and power interruptions.

    The National Weather Service has issued high wind warnings for parts of those locations, with winds of up to 65 mph, according to Weather.com.

  • Miles leave the South China Sea on Friday

    On Friday, the storm will move away from the South China Sea. Because of warmer air before the system, rain is forecast to extend from the northeast coast to southern Maine, according to Weather.com.

    The cold front could be accompanied by strong, perhaps destructive winds as it crosses the Northeast coast between Thursday night and early Friday morning.

  • 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.

  • 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
  • What was the name of the last winter storm?

    The last major winter storm in the United States was named Winter storm Landon.

    Winter storm Landon spread to the Northeast after making heavy landfall in the South with an ice storm that crippled more than 300,000 homes and businesses from Texas to Ohio, according to The Weather Channel.

  • Snow from Texas to New England

    According to AccuWeather.

  • Where is the storm headed?

    The Winter Storm Mile will pass through parts of the central and eastern United States through the end of this week, Weather channel reported.

    Right now, it’s snowing in the west.

    On Tuesday, winter storm Miles brought several inches of snow to California’s Sierra Nevada.

  • Canceled flights in Chicago

    Due to impending weather, flights are being canceled in the state of Illinois.

    People took to Twitter to comment.

  • Where is the storm headed?

    The Winter Storm Mile will pass through parts of the central and eastern United States through the end of this week, Weather channel reported.

    Right now, it’s snowing in the west.

    On Tuesday, winter storm Miles brought several inches of snow to California’s Sierra Nevada.

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/17671519/winter-storm-miles-2022-path-tracker-live-forecast/ Winter Storm Miles Path Tracker 2022 LIVE

Bobby Allyn

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