The weather conditions around the United States continues to hinder normal routine life. Snow and rain created hazardous travel across northeastern United Staes. This caused hundreds of accident and major roadways blocked. A crash that involved several cars and tractor trailers caused a pileup on I-81 in northern Pennsylvania. The roads were already icy after snow turned to freezing rain. Virginia police said that they responded to around three fatal crashes on icy roads in the state and around hundred crashed were reported in the states.
Western Newyork faced worst winter weather through Tuesday afternoon. Dangerous road conditions reported throughout Newyork. Newyork has seen the increase to their snowfall records.
Heavy snow in southern Ontario brought travel chaos in the area. Ottawa set a new 24 snowfall record beating the old extreme daily snowfall record set in March 1947. By 6 p.m. Tuesday, Ottawa Macdonald-Cartier International airport recoded 49 cm of snow which increased to 50cm by 7 p.m. Several school bus services more particularly in eastern Ontario were cancelled and Kingston and Ottawa airports reported few flight delays and cancellation.
Temperature has broken records in California. The heat wave is on the verge of easing. The heat is expected to drop on Wednesday and will hence increase the chance of rain on Thursday morning.
Feb 17, 2016; 5:05 AM
After a dry and warm first half of February in California, the weather pattern will bring back the return of rain, mountain snow and cool air on Wednesday and Thursday.
Feb 17, 2016; 5:02 AM
Colder condition and snow will return back to parts of eastern United States during the middle of next week.
Feb 17, 2016; 4:59 AM
Windy conditions will continue across the north central United States to end the third week of February along with a surge of milder air. Winds will pick up across the Rockies early this Thursday and funnel into the central plains during Thursday night.
Despite weakening E l Nino will continue to drive storm into the United States into Spring.