By: Jpeterson, 10:43 PM GMT on February 14, 2014
Winter Storm Pax swept through the South, Mid-Atlantic, and then the Northeast. In the Mid-Atlantic, two rounds of snow brought double-digit snowfalls to Maryland, DC, Virginia and West Virginia, and the Carolinas. Ice brought Raleigh-Durham and Charlotte what Winter Storm Leon brought to Atlanta two weeks prior: a traffic disaster. Across the region, power outages soared as the double-whammy of snow and ice combined with wind to produce a formidable Nor'easter.
Updated: 10:55 PM GMT on February 14, 2014
By: Jpeterson, 7:13 PM GMT on February 14, 2014
Winter Storm Pax brought a double whammy of snow, sleet, ice, and rain to the South and East.
The Deep South
In the South, temperatures started plummeting from the 60's to the 30's after a cold front swept through the region late on the 9th.Cold front draped from western New York to the Mississippi River (WPC)
Soon after, a strong high pressure to the north began building in and cold air started streaming in, setting up the Deep South for wintry...
Updated: 7:15 PM GMT on February 14, 2014
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