Big Government: For the first time in 28 years, it is snowing in Florida — and the storm is far from over.
From Tallahassee, Florida, and north into Georgia and South Carolina, an icy blast of severe weather is taking the southeastern United States by storm. According to meteorologists, the surprisingly angry coastal squall may very well develop into a “bomb cyclone” on its way toward Maine, leaving a trail of frosty destruction in the wake of hurricane-force winds. The storm is also expected to bring coastal flooding and significant snowfall.
The first indicators of the storm’s severity came in the form of up to 24-foot waves clawing at the Florida coastline, following a storm warning that stretched from the Gulf Coast of Florida’s “Big Bend” to the Atlantic coast. Luckily, most of its fury will be spent off the coast before it is forecast to crash into Cape Cod, Maine, and then into Canada. read more