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Conditions in the atmosphere across portions of the southern Plains and Southeast will be primed to produce a few explosive storms into Monday:
A climate pattern well-known for bringing precipitation to the northern tier of the country may tip the scales on which areas get a white Christmas or just a handful of flurries -- if that -- this year:
A state of emergency is now in effect across Hawaii due to a storm bringing heavy rain and blizzard conditions:
Fallen trees and broken limbs due to the wind can also heighten the risk for power outages and travel disruptions across the Northeast:
Forecasters warn that the storm that follows on Sunday is likely to be the strongest of the entire storm train and will undergo rapid intensification as another bomb cyclone.
The 2020 Summer Olympic Games in Tokyo have already been postponed by an entire year due to the coronavirus pandemic, and now Tropical Storm Nepartak in the Philippine Sea could put some events at risk of being delayed again: