Florida To Get Snow, ‘Bomb Cyclone’ And Polar Vortex To Crush Northeast With Killer Cold Weather
Record-shattering cold weather continues to grip most of the United States this week and there is no end in sight. A mix of freezing rain, sleet, and snow is forecast to coat palm trees across the usually warm Southeast portion of the United States including Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina on Wednesday. But the Northeast will get pounded by even scarier weather; highlighted by a “bomb cyclone” with potentially deadly winds and a subzero blast of arctic air from the North Pole because of a polar vortex.
Earlier this week, Disney World, Universal Studios, and SeaWorld closed their water parks ahead of the frigid wintry temperatures caused by Winter Storm Grayson. Several counties across central and northern Florida canceled schools before the wintry mix hit the Sunshine State. Snow is already falling in Tallahassee.