February 19th, 2009 by thesuper

Main article: A storm is an example of extreme weather characterized by the presence of lightning, abundant rainfall, high winds, hail and sometimes snow and tornadoes.

Atlanta Journal-Constitution
hydrologists with the National Weather Service Southeast River Forecast Center is predicting more rain in the next few weeks will help Lake Lanier. The center predicted a half-inch of rain will fall by Thursday morning with more rain and possible snow on the road this weekend. Each precipitation are welcome to Lanier, which rose only a foot since January 8. The lake is currently …
The Herald Bulletin
Rain and colder. A storm system rolls in from the west will have a chance of scattered showers and thunderstorms today, with a strong wind. By tonight, enough cold air will begin to infiltrate the rain changes to snow in parts of the area. The system will usher in some warmer air today, we will press in the 40s to near 50, but another arctic air mass arrives.
The MetService evening reported a “severe weather watch for parts of the South Island in the face of a rain-laden floor layer in the Tasman Sea.
The Citizens Voice
Binghamton – Today’s weather will feel much as yesterday: sunny and just about freezing.

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