File photo - a couple walks through heavy snow, Saturday, Dec. 5, 2020, in downtown Marlborough, Mass. The northeastern United States is seeing the first big snowstorm of the season.


storm will convey heavy snow to elements of the southern Plains and into the South beginning Sunday, whereas a significant nor’easter is predicted to hit the East Coast later this week, in response to forecasters.

“A storm monitoring throughout the southern U.S. Sunday will proceed heavy snow over a portion of the southern Plains with heavy rain and thunderstorms additional East into Monday,” the Nationwide Climate Service tweeted late Saturday.

The Climate Service mentioned a Pacific chilly entrance will sweep into the Northwest Sunday “with extra rain and mountain snow.”

NOR’EASTER DUMPS SNOW, SPARKS POWER OUTAGES IN MAINE, NEW HAMPSHIRE

File photo - a couple walks through heavy snow, Saturday, Dec. 5, 2020, in downtown Marlborough, Mass. The northeastern United States is seeing the first big snowstorm of the season.

File picture – a pair walks by way of heavy snow, Saturday, Dec. 5, 2020, in downtown Marlborough, Mass. The northeastern United States is seeing the primary massive snowstorm of the season.
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Forecasters mentioned the nor’easter might impression parts of the mid-Atlantic and Northeast Wednesday into Thursday.

“Whereas confidence is growing on there being a significant winter storm, there stays uncertainty with the anticipated observe of the nor’easter, and thus location and magnitude of the heaviest snowfall,” the Climate Service mentioned. “Nonetheless, it’s changing into more and more possible that there will likely be important impacts felt alongside the East Coast together with journey disruption and energy outages.”

Earlier this month a storm dumped greater than a foot of snow and introduced heavy winds to elements of the Northeast, inflicting energy outages in Maine and New Hampshire.

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That nor’easter was the area’s first massive snowstorm of the season.

The Related Press contributed to this text.

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