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The Weather Mayhem: As Several US areas Face Damaging Weathers, Residents and Authorities Struggle to Hold on to Life and Resources

As multiple Carolina counties continue to deal with the aftermath of Tuesday’s unexpected hazardous weather, rest might not be in the books for the residents and authorities as another round of storms are expected to hit the geographic region on Friday.

Weather experts and various weather forecasts have prompted the state authorities to issue and release wind advisories for residents. These advisories are set to be in effect for the counties of Avery, Ashe, and Watauga until 1PM for wind gusts up to 40 miles per hour.

In addition to this, weather experts have also warned of a few snow showers possible occurring in the mountains during the day, but majority of the area will experience sunshine and chilly temperatures. An increase in the temperature level is expected to happen on Wednesday afternoon, which will continue well into Thursday.

Unexpected Weather, Never-ending Challenges

As more sunshine and dry weather is expected envelop the area on Thursday, temperatures are expected to rise up to the 50s. But, as Friday rolls around, residents and authorities can expect another day of unstable weather with a powerful storm system moving up towards the Great Lakes.

Rain will also visit the counties during the mid to late morning hours and is expected to continue throughout the day. With severe thunderstorms to be expected, Friday is likely going to be a Pinpoint Alert Day.

Severe winds possess the biggest threat to the residents, but an isolated tornado is also a much higher possibility. Residents can expect a dry and chilly weather as the weekend comes around. Authorities and weather experts are constantly tracking the weather for any unexpected changes through the designated counties.

Furthermore, the NWS is currently carrying out a damage assessment in Catawba County for a possible tornado. Any new details regarding the weather will be updated across various websites and social media handles. For latest news about the weather, interested individuals can also access Queen City News.

An Unexpected Future

Other areas of the United States also continue to suffer the aftermaths of unstable weather, with four people losing their lives and approximately 890,000 homes being left in the dark, without any electricity after a catastrophic storm passed through New York and Florida.

A total of fourteen tornadoes were recorded across Florida, Alabama, Georgia and South Carolina on Tuesday, causing massive damage to homes and other property, and prompting multiple rescue operations throughout Florida.

In addition to this, multiple Midwest and northeast states are at a continuous threat of facing blizzards and dangerous storms from the infamous Storm Finn. Several northeast states are also likely to face severe rainfall and flooding through the week, according to forecast released by the National Weather Service.

Experts have warned of flooding rains and damaging winds hitting areas of Boston and Massachusetts, while New York residents are gearing up for a potential flood this week. Parts of New York and New Jersey have also been issued warnings of high winds.

Citizens across these areas have been left with no power, severe weather conditions, and an unpredictable future.

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