Several major cities in the United States have had power outages. These outages are a result of the recent rough weather patterns. There are numerous reports of tornadoes, hail storms, and high wind gusts on the east coast.
Dallas and St. Louis had a major issue with tornadoes that caused property damage. The national weather service looks into the storm front that brought the high winds. All signs are that it will subside.
Cities like New York, Boston, Memphis, and Washington experienced high winds. This extreme weather damaged electrical lines and caused power outages across the states.
The damaging wind gusts were the biggest concern for most people. Thankfully, all research indicates that the winds will recede. The front that caused the high winds is far from the parent storm. This indicates that the storm is weakening, and the effects will subside.
Residents of New England, Florida, should brace for high-speed winds in the area. The winds will not affect a large area. They will be more scattered and may lead to thunderstorms.
The thunderstorms might come with gusty winds and hail.
The tornado threat is very low, but it is better to be safe than sorry.
This comes after tornadoes ravaged New York and Michigan in December 2021. The tornadoes left hundreds of thousands of Americans without power and many repairs to do.
Such high winds are becoming a major concern across the US and the globe. Weather experts predict that such weather patterns will become more common in the coming years. This is mostly due to climate change.