The storm is expected to intensify rapidly over night east of the Colorado Mountains. It will then walk slowly to the northeast until Thursday, supplying various extreme weather conditions from New Mexico to the Midwest.
Caught in Kansas when it hit its peak in the middle of the week, gusts like 100 miles per hour are possible, as storm toys have a low level of sea level pressure, which is one of the strengths of storm.
The snow has to deviate by noon on Thursday, but strong winds will continue until the evening. Hurricanes at night on Tuesday through parts of the southern plains will make a road on Wednesday for steady winds from 35 to 45 mph, similar to the strength of a tropical storm of 1
low grade. The National Meteorological Service has issued windscreens for over 8 million people. "Monica Garrett said. Some areas may experience heavy shocks like 100 miles per hour, which is equivalent to wind speed from a hurricane of category 2.
Widespread power interruptions will be a major concern.