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IBIZA STORM GLORIA sweeps BRITISH MAN out to sea. search/rescue continues.

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As overwhelming storms battered eastern Spain, a search party was launched for a missing British man who may have been swept out to sea.

The 25-year-old was last seen on Tuesday in the Sant Joan de Labritia of Ibiza as Storm Gloria brought it’s own strong winds and rain to the region. The man’s name had not been released.

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Policemen and security members walk on a fallen bridge in Malgrat de Mar, near Girona on January 22, 2020, as storm Gloria batters Spanish eastern coast. – – A winter storm which has killed three people lashed much of eastern Spain for a third day yesterday, cutting power, forcing the closure of schools and severing road and rail links. National weather agency Aemet placed most of northeastern Spain on alert because of the storm packing gusts of over 100 kilometres (60 miles) per hour, heavy snowfall, freezing rain and massive waves which smashed into seafront promenades, damaging shops and restaurants. (Photo by Josep LAGO / AFP) (Photo by JOSEP LAGO/AFP via Getty Images)
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Cars Buried in St John’s During Newfoundland ‘Snowmaggedon’

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The city of St John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador, declared a state of emergency on January 17 as the province was battered by a blizzard that brought high winds and driving snow.

Environment Canada said “intense winds and record-breaking snowfall” bore down on Newfoundland on Friday. A total of 76.2 centimeters (30 inches) of snow was recorded at St John’s
International Airport on Friday, shattering the previous record of 68.4 centimeters (about 27 inches) that was set in April of 1999, according to the weather service.

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Temperatures drop, bringing snow and ice warnings, but it doesn’t mean we’ll have a white Christmas

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Parts of Britain could be in line for a white Christmas, with a cold snap starting this week.

The Met Office has forecast ice and freezing temperatures for Monday, and some parts of the country already had two inches of snow on Sunday night.

A yellow weather warning was in place for parts of the country on Monday, with the Met Office warning that temperatures would plummet “widely below zero”, leading to icy stretches on the roads and up to 2cm of snow.

The lowest minimum temperature was recorded at Kinbrace in the Scottish Highlands, where the mercury dropped to -3.6C.

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Wintry storm to unleash snow, ice and rain as it marches across 2,000-mile stretch of US

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AccuWeather meteorologists have been monitoring for a parade of storms to sweep across the country throughout the middle of the month, and the next one in line threatens to deliver a dose of wintry weather to more than 100 million Americans over a three- to four-day period. 

A cross-country storm is set to bring enough snow to shovel and plow along a stretch of about 2,000 miles from the Colorado Rockies to Down East Maine with a wintry mix and rain to the south and pockets of ice along the way.

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NYC Weather: Forecasters Warn Of Hazardous Snow

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NEW YORK CITY — A hazardous snow storm is headed toward New York City and expected to hit early Wednesday morning, forecasters warned. 

The city could get up to three inches of snow between 3 a.m. and 11 a.m., causing slippery conditions and slowing morning commutes, the National Weather Service predicts. 

New York City issued a snow alert Tuesday and officials urged commuters to take mass transit during the storm.

“It’s going to be a very messy commute in the morning,” said Sanitation commissioner Kathryn Garcia. “We hope you won’t be driving.”

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N.J. weather: Snowfall projections rise to 11 inches for parts of N.J.

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Northern parts of New Jersey could see anywhere from 5 to 11 inches of snow, forecasters predicted Saturday evening.

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Anticipated snow totals continue to rise for Northern parts of New Jersey where a winter storm warning has been issued for Sunday until Tuesday, according to the National Weather Service.

The winter storm warning is in effect for Sussex, Warren and Morris counties from 4 a.m. Sunday to 1 a.m. Tuesday. Those locations could see heavy mixed precipitation with snow totals anywhere from 5 to 11 inches, the National Weather Service reported late Saturday afternoon.

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‘Bomb Cyclone’ Winter Storm Will Hit U.S. As Thanksgiving Nears, Forecasters Warn - Book Cheap Flights!

Hurricane-force winds, blizzard conditions, heavy snowfall — and a “bomb cyclone” on the West Coast: Those are the dire predictions of weather forecasters, who are warning Thanksgiving travelers to be cautious and prepare for delays as two powerful back-to-back storms hit the western and central U.S. this week.

The National Weather Service’s U.S. forecast map is draped in alarming shades of pink, purple and red, reflecting winter storm warnings that are in effect from California to Michigan. And the bad weather is expected to last: The winter storm warning posted by the NWS office in Las Vegas will remain in effect from 5 p.m. PT Tuesday through 4 a.m. PT Friday.

The warnings come as Denver and other cities are already coping with heavy snowfall from a winter storm that is hitting the southern and central Plains region. The NWS office in Cheyenne, Wyo., reported getting more than 12 inches of snow by midday on Tuesday. But elevated areas west of Fort Collins, Colo., reported more than 30 inches.

That storm is still developing and is expected to dump up to a foot of snow in a broad region by Thursday as it moves from the Plains to the upper Mississippi Valley, across the upper Great Lakes and into northern Maine, the NWS says. It adds that heavy snow could affect travelers at airports from Denver to Minneapolis-St. Paul.

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Bad News: Several Major Storms Are Threatening to Ruin Your Thanksgiving Plans

Kelly O’Sullivan, Prevention

We hate to rain on your Thanksgiving Day parade, but next week’s weather forecast does not sound good. 

According to AccuWeather, at least three major storms are expected to hit various parts of the United States before the upcoming holiday. Parts of the Midwest and Northeast could see a “wintry mix” of snow and rain as early as this weekend and it will only get worse from there. 

Beginning on Tuesday, a “significant and potentially very disruptive” storm could deliver heavy snow across a 1,200-mile stretch of the heartland. This winter weather is predicted to spread from Colorado all the way up to parts of Wisconsin, Minnesota, Illinois, Indiana, and Michigan by midweek. It’s also possible for “blizzard conditions,” including high winds and low visibility, to develop in the Upper Midwest on Wednesday—which is the peak time for Thanksgiving travel.

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Hurricane Lorenzo, the juggernaut that is churning in the Atlantic Ocean isn’t a threat to land … for now

 Brian Lada,AccuWeather

An intense hurricane is gaining strength over the Atlantic Ocean, but the storm is going largely unnoticed due to its remote location.

Hurricane Lorenzo, currently spinning over the central Atlantic, first became a hurricane on Wednesday, but by Thursday afternoon, it had rapidly intensified into a major Category 4 hurricane.

On Thursday evening, Lorenzo was packing maximum sustained winds of 145 mph, but AccuWeather Meteorologists believe that it could continue to strengthen and eventually become a Category 5 storm with winds exceeding 157 mph.

Although major hurricanes like Lorenzo are not rare in the Atlantic Basin, where it is located relative to its mighty force is very unusual.

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