02 Dec Winter Storm Bringing Wind-Driven Snow to Eastern Great Lakes, Appalachians
November 30, 2020
Source: The Weather Channel
MASS LIVE (See the damages from Monday’s storm in Massachusetts)
Patch (Possible Tornado Causes Damage In Montgomeryville Area)
The Weather Channel (Winter Storm Knocks Out Power to Tens of Thousands From Ohio to Maine; Schools Closed)
Approximate locations possibly sustaining structural damage/flooding:
– Lewiston (Androscoggin County, 04240, 04241, 04243)
– Manchester (Kennebec County, 04351)
– Hopedale (Worcester County, 01747)
– Westborough (Worcester County, 01581)
– Montgomeryville (Montgomery County, 18936)
*Extensive damage reported near Susan Circle Drive
– North Wales (Montgomery County, 19436, 19454, 19455, 19477)
– Trappe (Montgomery County, 19426)
NOTE: This has not yet been declared a FEMA Disaster.
At a Glance
- A winter storm will wring out more snow in the eastern Great Lakes and Appalachians on Tuesday.
- Gusty winds will accompany the snow in some areas.
- Travel will be difficult at times, especially south and southeast of Lake Erie.
December is starting out with a winter storm wringing out wind-driven snowfall in the eastern Great Lakes and Appalachians.
This weather system has been named Winter Storm Dane by The Weather Channel.
Winter storm warnings and winter weather advisories have been issued by the National Weather Service (NWS) from the eastern Great Lakes to the Appalachians. Cleveland, Ohio, and Erie, Pennsylvania are among the cities that are under a winter storm warning, which means travel in these areas could be difficult or impossible at times.
The National Weather Service reports that some areas on the southeast side of Cleveland have had more than a half-foot of snowfall as of Tuesday morning. Snowfall has been much less near the immediate shore of Lake Erie.
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