Satellite Imagery Tracks Nor'easter Over Northeastern US
Timelapse satellite imagery shows the “impressive and classic look” of the nor’easter storm that moved along the eastern US coast from March 13-15, according to the Cooperative Institute for Research in the Atmosphere (CIRA).
Video from CIRA shows the storm over a 30-hour period from 4 pm on March 13 to past 1 am on March 15.
The nor’easter, which was lingering in the Gulf of Maine Tuesday night, was expected to continue bringing heavy snow, strong wind, and coastal flooding over portions of the northeast, according to the National Weather Service. Credit: CIRA via Storyful