States affected:OH, PA, MI, NY, NJ, VT, CT, RI, NH, ME, MA
When: Tuesday, November 29 - Thursday, December 1
SNOW, RAIN, AND BITTER COLD TEMPERATURES
A major storm that will bring severe weather across the south-central U.S. will bring accumulating snow across the Upper Midwest starting Tuesday afternoon. AccuWeather meteorologists warn the snow can lead to treacherous road conditions and travel disruptions. There is an AccuWeather Local StormMax™ of 20 inches for the Colorado Rockies.
This storm will also bring bitterly cold temperatures and strong winds in the Northeast Wednesday, capable of bringing down tree limbs and causing power outages There is an AccuWeather Local StormMax™ of 70 mph.
Cold air will drop temperatures for the first day of December on Thursday across the East.
Businesses in these areas should keep an eye on the storm and should:
Be prepared for business interruptions due to extended power outages.
Expect ground logistics disruption from drifting snow, downed trees, and power outages due to road closures.
Prioritize cold weather concerns for outdoor workers.
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