(Image source: Flickr/InSapphoWeTrust)
 

BY NATHAN GIANNINI
ANCHOR JASMINE BAILEY


Millions of Americans are bracing for severe weather on Christmas Day, with a powerful winter storm moving across the country and the possibility of tornadoes in the southeast. CBS News has more.

 

“It’s snowing in Maryland and Pennsylvania and blizzard conditions are predicted in western Kentucky — also parts of Oklahoma and Arkansas are under a winter storm warning.”

 

According to The Weather Channel’s Mike Seidel, this is the same storm that brought as much as four feet of snow to California earlier this week. He told the Today Show, it would likely hit the Northeast by Wednesday or Thursday. 

 

 

 

“Now the big cities: Boston, New York, Philadelphia, D.C. will get basically an all-rain event with some wind. In fact tomorrow night in New York City we could see wind gust to 60 mph, that could knock out power.”

 

According to The Weather Channel, this could potentially be the worst tornado outbreak on record for Christmas Day. Here’s Fox News. 

 

 

 

“So if you are in the south from Houston eastwards over to around Tuscaloosa and the panhandle of Florida around Pensacola, be prepared today at any point — in the morning off to the west and throughout the evening out to the east.”

 

Severe thunderstorms could remain a threat in the southeast through Wednesday. 

White Christmas, Tornadoes Expected from Winter Storms

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Dec 25, 2012

White Christmas, Tornadoes Expected from Winter Storms

(Image source: Flickr/InSapphoWeTrust)
 

BY NATHAN GIANNINI
ANCHOR JASMINE BAILEY


Millions of Americans are bracing for severe weather on Christmas Day, with a powerful winter storm moving across the country and the possibility of tornadoes in the southeast. CBS News has more.

 

“It’s snowing in Maryland and Pennsylvania and blizzard conditions are predicted in western Kentucky — also parts of Oklahoma and Arkansas are under a winter storm warning.”

 

According to The Weather Channel’s Mike Seidel, this is the same storm that brought as much as four feet of snow to California earlier this week. He told the Today Show, it would likely hit the Northeast by Wednesday or Thursday. 

 

 

 

“Now the big cities: Boston, New York, Philadelphia, D.C. will get basically an all-rain event with some wind. In fact tomorrow night in New York City we could see wind gust to 60 mph, that could knock out power.”

 

According to The Weather Channel, this could potentially be the worst tornado outbreak on record for Christmas Day. Here’s Fox News. 

 

 

 

“So if you are in the south from Houston eastwards over to around Tuscaloosa and the panhandle of Florida around Pensacola, be prepared today at any point — in the morning off to the west and throughout the evening out to the east.”

 

Severe thunderstorms could remain a threat in the southeast through Wednesday. 

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