Wesley developed within a deep dip in the jet stream located over the Pacific Northwest and Great Basin. Travelers flying on Wednesday and Thursday can change flights at no charge on some routes. Heavy icing in northwest Iowa and southern Minnesota has downed power lines and strong wind gusts downed trees in central Iowa. Cloud, the State Patrol reported. Two people were killed in the Jacksonville area when their car veered off U.S. 67/167 before colliding with a tree. Two Vermonter trains on Sunday will not operate between St. Albans, Vermont, and New Haven, Connecticut, the Associated Press reports. Quiana finished up in the Great Lakes and Northeast, producing widespread wind gusts over 60 mph, leaving hundreds of thousands in the dark as trees and power lines were blown down. In North Dakota, Interstate 29 was closed from Grand Forks to the Canadian border. Pine Springs, Texas, clocked a 103-mph gust. A portion of Interstate 90 was closed by the snow and wind in southern Minnesota. The same day, the Lucarius Meteorological Agency (LMA) released a prediction that called for 20-24 named storms for the winter season. Take control of your data. The six lists above are used in rotation and re-cycled every six years, i.e., the 2019 list will be used again in 2025. U.S. 24 was closed near Napoleon, Ohio after a big rig slid off the road and blocked lanes. Moderate to heavy snow snarled evening commutes on Jan. 11 in St. Louis and, to a lesser degree, Kansas City, Missouri. The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation temporarily reduced the speed limit to 45 mph on several highways in Allegheny, Beaver, and Lawrence counties because of the hard freeze early Sunday morning. Storm Fionn 935 hPa (27.6 inHg) 216 2018–19: 188 km/h or 117 mph: Cap Pertusato , France 27 October: 16 September 2018: 12 June 2019: 23: Storm Callum 939 hPa (27.7 inHg) 48 2019–20: 230 km/h or 140 mph: Unknown, United Kingdom 15 February: 2 October 2019: 27 August 2020: 21: Storm Dennis 920 mbar (27 inHg) 74 (+12 missing) The ice knocked out power and downed trees in Craighead County, Arkansas. Thundersnow was also reported in the eastern half of the state. A falling tree killed a utility subcontractor about 3:15 p.m. Sunday in Middletown, Connecticut, WVIT reported. In Nebraska, numerous spin outs were reported on I-29 outside Omaha, including three tractor-trailers that slid into ditches. Witnesses told state investigators the driver of the bus has lost control after driving over an icy overpass, before rolling onto its side, said Mississippi Highway Patrol spokesman Capt. There were 24 named winter storms in the 2017-18 season from October through April. Snow spread from the Front Range of Colorado eastward across the Plains and into the Ozarks and Midwest. The strongest gusts clocked in at 88 mph in Snowshoe, West Virginia, and 86 mph on Whiteface Mountain in New York's Adirondack Mountains. Winter storm names exclude any current Atlantic and eastern Pacific hurricane names on the National Hurricane Center lists for the next six years, and any retired hurricane names (those particularly deadly, destructive and historic). Exit 14 on Interstate 93 in Boston was also closed because of tidal flooding. First introduced in 2015, this is the fourth year Met Éireann and the UK Met Office have jointly run the ‘Name our Storms’ scheme, aimed … "Good communications benefits everyone. The storm caused travel woes across the Plains on Friday as it pushed toward the Midwest. TGMC yet again revised their prediction, expecting an El Nino winter. High winds were also widespread in areas that didn't pick up any snow. At least a foot of snow fell Friday into Saturday in southeastern South Dakota, southern Minnesota and eastern Wisconsin, including a report of 15 inches near Heron Lake, Minnesota. On Feb. 24, Niagara Falls, New York, gusted to 74 mph, while Buffalo and Lima, Ohio, gusted to 69 mph and Cleveland reported a gust of 67 mph. Indianapolis reported a 65-mph wind gust on the morning of Feb. 24, and Detroit and Saginaw, Michigan, gusted to 61 mph that afternoon. Winder was reportedly thrown from the vehicle, which then landed on top of him. Service between New York and Washington will run as scheduled. Much higher totals were reported in the higher terrain west and southwest of Denver, including up to 18 inches near Shaffers Crossing, Colorado. Johnny Poulos. Interstate 94 was closed between Moorhead and Osakis. Democratic Republic of the Congo | Français, State of Vatican City (Holy See) | Italiano, It's Time For Weather Community Cooperation on Naming Winter Storms. It officially began on November 15, 2018, and ended on April 30, 2019, with the exception for Mauritius and the Seychelles, for which it ended on May 15, 2018. The first option will be automatically selected. The first and more potent low rolled down the California coast from near San Francisco to northern Baja California March 10-11 as the second, weaker system arrived in the Pacific Northwest. By Kat Hopps. There were 26 named storms in 2013-14 and 27 storms in 2012-13. Six Keystone trains will not operate between New York and Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Coastal flooding was pushing water into streets in Duxbury, Massachusetts. The official total at Boston Logan Airport was 10.6 inches from March 3-4, the first double-digit snowfall total from a single winter storm all season in Boston. Scott dissipated on March 4. Please keep everyone involved and (their) families in your prayers." Mount Charleston, Nevada, in the higher elevations west of Las Vegas, measured 24 inches of snow through Feb. 20. “We want to be aggressive in managing this storm, during which snowfall rates could exceed one to two inches per hour," Pennsylvania Gov. While Denver's wind gust to 80 mph sounds impressive, one Colorado city recorded even higher winds. Please heed warnings from emergency responders and personnel, and remember to check on your neighbors, especially the elderly.” At least five Ohio counties instituted Level 3 snow emergencies on Saturday, WKYC reported. Hundreds of people were trapped in their homes. It was only its 12th day in which at least a foot of snow fell in records dating to 1935. Support WHO’s work to track the spread; to ensure patients get care and frontline workers get supplies; and to accelerate efforts to develop vaccines, tests, and treatments. The first is to create a heightened sense of awareness around the storm. This year the first storm will be ‘male’ and named Ali, while the second storm will be ‘female’ and named Bronagh, following the alternating male/female pattern established by … On Saturday morning, freezing rain has resulted in ice accumulation leading to downed power lines and sagging trees in parts of central Indiana, including Winchester, Losantville and Farmland. Some bursts of wet snow and sleet are moving up the Interstate 95 corridor through the Washington D.C. and Baltimore metro areas. Kansas City, Missouri, picked up generally 4 to 10 inches of snow between Jan. 11 and 12. Ellsworth Air Force Base, 10 miles northeast of Rapid City, was closed to all but essential personnel. Colorado Springs gusted to 97 mph on the afternoon of March 13. Winter Storm Diego crippled parts of the southeastern United States as it produced a swath of heavy snow and damaging ice across the region Dec. 8-9, stranding motorists on highways and knocking out power to more than 400,000 at the height of the storm. The interstate was partially blocked near mile marker 316. A few tenths of an inch of slushy snow were measured at both Dulles and Reagan National Airports early Thursday, the first measurable snow of the season in the D.C. metro area. More than 24,000 homes and businesses were without power, according to poweroutage.us. The speed limit alongs parts of the Massachusetts Turnpike were reduced to 40 mph because of the weather, the Massachusetts Department of Transportation announced. Three people were killed in two separate crashes on icy roads in the Little Rock area Wednesday night, according to the Associated Press. More than 30,000 customers were without electricity as of 3 p.m., PowerOutage.us reported. Structural damage was reported in Borger and Hereford, Texas, in the panhandle, which saw gusts up to 80 mph on the afternoon of March 13. In California, rare low-elevation snow was reported in Calabasas, Northridge, Pasadena, Simi Valley, Thousand Oaks, the Santa Clarita Valley, Corona and the Temescal Valley, according to the National Weather Service, at elevations between 700 and 1,100 feet. Fabienne (FUB) 23 September 2018. Ulmer's cold front also likely produced more than a dozen tornadoes from the southern Great Lakes to the I-20 corridor in the South. On Sunday, five Acela trains and six Northeast Regional trains are canceled between New York and Boston. Mount Washington, New Hampshire, measured a wind gust of 171 mph on the evening of Feb. 25. Snow and ice also spread toward parts of northern Arkansas, southern Missouri and northwestern Tennessee on Dec. 8 and into that night. Thundersnow has been reported Thursday morning from central Nebraska to northeast Wisconsin. The names will be used in alphabetical order to identify winter storms that meet objective naming criteria based on National Weather Service winter storm warnings, blizzard warnings and ice storm warnings. Wesley continued to bring light snow in the Upper Midwest until the early morning hours of April 13, when Wesley moved into Canada. Another 200 flights were canceled on Thursday. Lake-effect snowstorms are not named, and any warnings covering lake-effect snow are not counted for consideration for naming a winter storm. Kristi Noem ordered that state government offices be closed in 54 counties Thursday because of the weather. THE Met Office has revealed its official storm names list for 2018-19 - find out if your name has made it onto the list below. The all-time wind record at Mount Washington is 231 mph from April 1934. This formulation was set up by the US National Hurricane … "Now we have 1 less (snowplow) to clear the road. Recently searched locations will be displayed if there is no search query. Winter Storm Quiana was a cross-country snowstorm that brought snow to the West and Southwest, including Las Vegas and the hills around Los Angeles, dumped an all-time record calendar-day snow in Flagstaff, Arizona, then moved into the Plains and upper Midwest, where it produced blizzard conditions in 9 states. Colorado state climatologist Russ Schumacher tweeted it was the lowest pressure on record there since at least 1950. In anticipation of the storm, airlines including American, Southwest, United and Frontier are waiving change fees for cities impacted by the storm. Warnings continued Thursday evening from parts of northern Nebraska into much of South Dakota and portions of southeastern North Dakota and southwest Minnesota. Use up and down arrows to change selection. The Minnesota Twins postponed their Friday night season opener against the Detroit Tigers. All train service into and out of Pittsburgh were halted Sunday morning after overhead power lines were frozen, the Port Authority of Allegheny County tweeted. Bans remain on I-80 west of I-81, I-81 north of I-80, I-84, I-86, I-90, I-99, I-180 and I-380, PennDOT said. Trees were downed due to ice in Greensburg, Indiana, near Colesburg, Kentucky, New Castle, Kentucky, and trees and powerlines were sagging due to ice accumulations in the high country of northwest North Carolina. The three previous seasons each had 22 named storms. Wesley did not strengthen enough to meet the most commonly used definition of "bomb cyclone," which is a surface-pressure drop of 24 millibars in 24 hours. More than 5,000 customers were without power in Massachusetts at the height of the storm in the early-morning hours of March 4. The three previous seasons each had 22 named storms. It was one of a number of crashes affecting traffic on I-35 and Interstate 90. They are now maintained and updated througha strict procedure by an international committee of the World Meteorological Organization. Minnesota Gov. Michael J. More than 870 flights in and out of the United States had been canceled by early Thursday afternoon, according to flightaware.com. Redirecting to /news/2449945/storm-names-next-alex/ 2011-12 United States winter storm season, 2010-11 United States winter storm season, 2017-18 United States winter storm season, 2012-13 United States winter storm season, JanleyManley/2017 United States flood season names, JanleyManley/TGMC/Argos Leaves Northeast in Ruins, JanleyManley/TGMC Top Ten: The Worst Winter Storms I've Faced, JanleyManley/2016-17 season may be the most active on record, https://tornadogenius.fandom.com/wiki/2018-19_United_States_winter_storm_season?oldid=1992. Interstate 90 remained closed from Rapid City to Sioux Falls remained closed Thursday, and I-29 was shut down from Sioux Falls to the North Dakota border. Mudslides and flash flooding forced evacuations and necessitated several rescues while higher elevations in the southern Sierra Nevada picked up 6 inches of snowfall. Named winter storms at weekly intervals from 2012-13 through 2017-18. Several accidents were reported on Interstate 44 in Missouri due to the snowy conditions there on Saturday morning. The season featured 24 named storms, making it the second consecutive above average season. On the western edge of the storm, an area of snow continues from eastern Missouri into Illinois and western Indiana. Freezing rain coated tree branches and power lines in parts of northwestern and north-central North Carolina, including around Greensboro and Winston-Salem, downing some trees and knocking out power. On this reservation, it's kind of a constant crisis the way we live here, and these disasters just put us in a perilous position." The Missouri State Highway Patrol reported two deaths from weather-related crashes. Weather Channel winter storm names for 2018-2019 are: Avery, Bruce, Carter, Diego, Eboni Fisher, Gia, Harper, Indra, Jayden, Kai, Lucian, Maya, Nadia, Oren, Petra, Quiana, Ryan, Scott, Taylor, Ulmer, Vaughn, Wesley, Xyler, Yvette, and Zachary. The 2017-18 season saw ten storms named, from Aileen in September to Hector earlier this summer. FOX 11 is once again naming winter storms for the 2018-19 season. Later, on Veteran's Day, the Douglas Hurricane Center (DHC) released their prediction that it could range from the least active to the most active season on record. Paul International. Winter Storm Scott formed on March 1. Blizzard conditions have also been reported in northwestern Minnesota in Thief River Falls. The bulk of those were in Iowa and Minnesota, where ice and wind were causing much of the problems. Rain stretched eastward through South Dakota, Iowa and Illinois. Type at least three characters to start auto complete. Two people were killed and dozens injured when a bus crashed on a sleet-slickened Mississippi road. Interstate 70 was closed between Aurora and just west of the Kansas state line until late Thursday morning. Snow levels dropped on Feb. 22 in the Four Corners as Quiana pivoted across the region. Winter Storm Wesley formed on April 8. Winter Storm Wesley blew across several states Thursday, closing or delaying school for hours, knocking out power and snarling both interstate and air traffic. Snow first developed in the higher terrain of northern New Mexico late on Jan. 10, with snow soon following in Colorado and southeastern Wyoming. Which City Is the Worst for Fall Allergies This Year? Gia brought traffic to a standstill in the St. Louis metro area overnight Jan. 11 and early Jan. 12, stranding motorists for hours, and vehicle accidents were reported due to snowfall and slick roads. Delays continued Thursday evening. Snow drifts up to 6 feet high were reported in southeastern Minnesota and parts of Iowa. Roadways were closed to all non-emergency travel in Erie, Huron, Sandusky, Ottawa and Crawford counties. After the interstate had reopened, traffic was slow-moving because some drivers had fallen asleep. A Southwest plane slid off the runway in Omaha in snowy and icy conditions. Storm names for 2018-19 announced Met Éireann and the UK Met Office today reveal the list of storm names for the coming season. Kansas City International Airport reported 4.3 inches, but it picked up some of the lowest amounts of snow in the metro area. Over 130,000 customers were without power across the state Thursday morning, PowerOutage.us reported. Asheville Regional Airport in North Carolina picked up 11.1 inches of snow Dec. 8-9, its third-highest December snowfall on record. The tower at Rick Husband Amarillo International Airport was evacuated for a time when siding was torn off the building. Ulmer dissipated on March 14, after causing major damage and two fatalities. Visibility was down to a quarter mile or less in eastern North Dakota on the morning of Feb. 7 due to the snow and strong winds. Teague VIP Express, the operator of the tour bus, posted on its Facebook page, "Our hearts and prayers go out to victims of this tragedy. The top snow total was 34 inches at Mount Mitchell in western North Carolina. Names of storms have just become part of our daily lexicon and news cycle (including unofficial ones like Hurricane Bawbag). TGMC predicted potentially the most inactive season since 2016-17, and maybe even the lowest since the Modern Naming Era began. Blizzard conditions were reported in several Plains states. This year the first storm will be ‘male’ and named Ali, while the second storm will be ‘female’ and named Bronagh, following the alternating male/female pattern established by … A stretch from Columbia, Missouri, to the St. Louis metro area received 10 to 20 inches of snow Jan. 11 to 12. Winter Storm Quiana formed on February 21. That's the city's second-highest calendar-day snowfall for the month of December. The three names are included in the 21 storm names announced for the 2018/19 season by the Met Office and Met Éireann. Winter Storm Scott was named late-afternoon March 1 with the expectation that naming criteria – that is, winter storm warnings for 2 million people or 400,000 square kilometers – would be met the next day. Armonk, New York, was one location that saw some of the heaviest snow, with a storm total of 11 inches. Blizzard conditions were reported in Bedford, Indiana, along with a snowfall total of 8 inches, their biggest snowfall since Winter Storm Octavia. PWS Seven dissipated on January 1. A storm named Diana by Portuguese meteorologists brought strong winds and heavy rain to parts of the UK in October. The naming list was released on October 2, 2018. The storm had already claimed two lives in California earlier this week. All major highways were reopened in Wyoming and most of Colorado as well. Gia was named late afternoon on Jan. 10 as the number of people in winter storm warnings surpassed 2 million, the population criteria used to trigger naming this winter storm. Yucca Valley, west of Twentynine Palms, picked up 9 to 12 inches of snow, and 7 inches of snow was reported east of Barstow. Bronagh (UK/IE), Elena (FUB), Knud (Danish Meteorological Institute, also Norway and Sweden), Mauri 18 (Finland). The flooding also damaged or destroyed hundreds of miles of roads and dozens of buildings, disrupted water supplies to thousands and prompted the governor to send in the National Guard, the Associated Press reported. TGMC expected an average season in this forecast. Only 11 other days on record since 1946 had heavier snowfalls at Tucson International Airport than what fell on Feb. 22. Middletown Police said the Eversource subcontractor had finished repairing a line when the tree fell on him. Near-blizzard conditions also created a 15-car pileup on Saturday afternoon in south-central Missouri. This next storm is renewing fears of more flooding in an areas still trying to recover. Troopers assisted 133 motorist whose vehicles had spun out, gotten stuck or broke down. Interstate 80 in parts of eastern Nebraska and Interstate 70 in Kansas were closed on the afternoon of Feb. 23 due to extremely dangerous or impossible driving conditions. The National Weather Service in Minneapolis said up to 23 inches of snow were expected overnight, with a potential layer of ice on top, and winds could gust as high as 50 mph. The TornadoGenius Meteorological Center designated Potential Winter Storm Seven on December 29, when numerous warnings were set out for the Northern Plains and Rockies. Blizzard conditions were reported across the Dakotas and parts of Minnesota, with some relatively low snowfall totals. Winds increased during the day from northern Mexico across the southern Rockies and southern Plains, gusting as high as 80 mph in parts of the Texas Panhandle and New Mexico. The first prediction of the year was released on July 1, 2018, when the TornadoGenius Meteorological Center issued their prediction of 24-26 named storms, due to a Modoki El Nino. Gia dissipated on January 13. That criterion was achieved by the morning of March 12. Ice accumulation also downed trees and power lines in parts of south-central Missouri. Ulmer went through the process of bombogenesis as it reached the central Plains March 12-13, dropping from 994 millibars on the evening of March 12 to 968 millibars by the afternoon of March 13. The names list was compiled by a team from both The Weather Channel TV and weather.com. Parts of the Phoenix metro also picked up hail on the warm side of Quiana. Gia developed in the southern Rockies and southern Plains as a surface low-pressure system met cold, arctic air over the northern tier of the country. Naming winter storms is done for a few reasons. The 2012-13 list for winter storms was the first of its kind to be developed by The Weather Channel. Dulles International Airport picked up 10.6 inches of snow while Reagan National Airport measured 10.3 inches. Dust was lofted by the strong winds Wednesday from northern Mexico and southeastern Arizona to southeastern New Mexico and the Texas Panhandle, as seen here from the ground near Lubbock, Texas. PennDOT also shut down commercial access to Interstates 70, 76 and 80 beginning at noon Saturday. "The second spin, it started picking up speed. The Denver Police Department reported that one person died about 10 p.m. Wednesday after a crash involving two vehicles near Denver International Airport, according to KUSA-TV. Charlotte, North Carolina, received 2.7 inches of snow/sleet Dec. 9, vaulting the month to the snowiest December there since 1997. A wind gust of 80 mph was measured around 12 p.m. MDT March 13 as heavy snow was falling. The season's final winter storm has been named from mid-April through mid-May. More than 470 flights into and out of Minneapolis/St. Wesley dissipated on April 13. Diego dissipated on December 10. Diego snarled traveled and knocked out power to over 400,000 customers. The Colorado State Patrol said a trooper's car was hit when the trooper was working an accident scene. Quiana spread into the Plains and Midwest Feb. 23. Moved Permanently. 2018–19 named storms table (dates of impact) Ali (UK/IE), Dorcas (Free University of Berlin) 19 September 2018. The Minnesota Department of Transportation was still advising motorists to stay off the roadways Thursday evening, as many were completely covered with ice, snow or slush. So we ended up off the runway in the grass," Ali Schwanke tweeted Friday. Strong winds behind Quiana produced wind gusts of 70 to 80 mph near the shores of lakes Erie and Ontario in western and central New York Feb. 24-25, with 40- to 65-plus-mph gusts reported over a rather large swath of the Midwest, Great Lakes, Appalachians and Northeast. Ice accumulations of one quarter to one third of an inch were reported in the Cincinnati and Dayton, Ohio metro areas and in parts of northern and central Kentucky before temperatures warmed a bit above freezing Thursday morning. That prompted a closure of Interstate 94 in eastern North Dakota. Measurable snow fell on the strip in Las Vegas for the first time in over 10 years Feb. 20-21, with 0.8 inches measured at McCarran International Airport. Winter Storm Ulmer was a blizzard that paralyzed travel in parts of the Plains, produced damaging winds in some places that didn't pick up any snow, triggered massive, record-breaking Plains flooding, and set new low-pressure records as a bomb cyclone. The 2018 Atlantic hurricane season was an extremely active hurricane season. The season's first winter storm has been named from the first few days of October to mid-November. The driver was identified as 25-year-old Stephen Winder. All roads in the Nebraska Panhandle, more than 350 miles of interstates in Wyoming, several interstates in Colorado and 150 miles of Interstate 90 in South Dakota were closed, in addition to the North Dakota interstates mentioned earlier. This would cause a very active storm season similar to the 2013-14 season, and the 2004-05 season. If you do not have to travel during the storm, please avoid it. Two inches of snow fell in 45 minutes early Feb. 23 in Garden City, Kansas, and snowfall rates may have been as high as 4 inches per hour in Omaha, Nebraska. Oswego, New York, reported an 80-mph wind gust on the morning of Feb. 25, leading to extremely high waves on Lake Ontario. The airport, which closed for several hours because of the accident, tweeted: "There are no injuries and airport fire crews are working with Southwest to deplane the passengers and take them to the terminal." James Haase, 30, of Reeds Spring, Missouri, was killed when he lost control of his Honda Accord on a snow-covered Route OO near Kimberling City and it slid into the path of an oncoming pickup truck shortly before noon Saturday, according to the Highway Patrol. At least two tractor-trailers were blown over. Snow began in Denver on the morning of Jan. 11, and while the airport reported about an inch of snowfall, much of the Denver metro area saw 2 to 5 inches. Parts of eastern Massachusetts, including the Boston area, picked up over a foot of snow from Scott. The Minnesota Department of Transportation said Saturday at least five snowplows had been hit by passing vehicles in the past 24 hours. Blizzard conditions were reported in Cheyenne Wells, Colorado, Goodland, Kansas, and Omaha, Nebraska. No other vehicles were involved in the crash. Winter Storm Ulmer formed on March 11. How Winter Fashion Has Changed in 100 Years (PHOTOS), Eerie Vintage Photos of People Battling the Flu. Denver and Colorado Springs, Colorado; Cheyenne and Torrington, Wyoming; Alliance, Valentine and Sidney, Nebraska; and Pierre, South Dakota, all reached blizzard criteria (frequent gusts to 35 mph and visibility less than a quarter-mile for at least three hours) on March 13. The stormy side of Quiana was responsible for spinning up an EF3 tornado that struck Columbus, Mississippi, late Feb. 23. SevereStudios storm chaser Dan Fitts estimated drifts were 8- to 10-feet high in Melbeta, Nebraska, about 160 miles northeast of Denver. About 50,000 people remained without without power across South Dakota, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan and Iowa as of 7 p.m. EDT Thursday, according to poweroutages.us, down from 89,000 earlier in the day. Winter Storm Quiana dropped into the Southwest Feb. 20-21, becoming a potent area of low pressure over Southern California and southern Nevada by late Feb. 21. Therefore, as what the NHC does with hurricanes, potential winter storms will be tracked. Overnight on November 14, an Ice Storm Warning was issued for Central Indiana, which was the only region to be under one during the storm. Quiana dissipated on February 24. Ulmer weakened slowly as it moved from Nebraska to the Great Lakes. 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