Nov 2, 2012 2:05 AM by Dave Hovde
Still in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy, the East Coast may have to brace for another storm next week. Though much less powerful, computer models are starting to pick up on a developing area of low pressure which could track across the country then develop into a nor'easter which is capable of producing strong NE winds to 40mph and draw in moisture capable of creating several inches of rain.
I talk about that and the local forecast in this video clip.
The timing at this point looks like Wednesday for the Northeast to have to deal with this system. It is not tropical in nature like Sandy was. In terms of election day impact, the low at that point looks to be in the Deep South and likely not strong enough to significantly impact voting.
It is important to note that the exact position of a nor'easter is critical to how much impact it has. Since the storm is still more than 100 hours from becoming a larger system the forecast has to be viewed flexibly.
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