October 28, 2010
Posted: 06:11 AM ET
Finally, a little movement with the massive storm in the North. That deep low pressure area is now squarely over Hudson’s Bay, Canada, but the wind is still blowing to about 30-40 mph over the Upper MW and Great Lakes. I still think travel delays are possible in the area, just not as long as yesterday or Tuesday.
Storms are still firing in the deep south and mid Atlantic, but there aren’t any watches up this morning. I’m still monitoring the area just in case, and I’ll show you the radar around LA, MS, AL, GA, NC and SC.
It has been a terrible couple of days, with almost 50 tornado reports all around the country. For once this morning I don’t have an urgent tornado warning to get out there. I actually had a chance to grab a coffee and make sure my fly was zipped up before the show this mornig.
It’s a cold start in the Plains and Rockies, with hard freeze warnings in NM, and there is also a new storm coming ashore in CA. This one will spread heavy rain north of San Francisco, but delays are still possible there. I’ll have that update.
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