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The storm continued to track to the Northeast (eastern seaboard to Delaware by 0000 UTC 14 March) The cyclone reached its minimum value of 960 mb at this time. Heavy snow: Appalachians, Middle Atlantic States, New England Temperatures: -7C to 0C (20s to lower 30s F) but fell to -10C to -5C (teens to 20sF) later in the day. Sunday, March 14: Exiting By 1200 UTC, pressure 964mb. Snows gradually ended across the Middle Atlantic states but continued from Pennsylvania, interior New England to Maine. Snow changed to rain along the coastline in New England. The cyclone moved northeastward, exiting the U.S. by 1800 UTC. The snow gradually ended across New England, followed by clear skies and below-freezing temperatures. Impacts Wind and Rain: Severe thunderstorms, tornadoes, and coastal flooding in Florida Coastal flooding from Gulf Coast to Outer Banks and up to New York Caused a storm surge of over 10 feet in parts of Florida as well as winds of hurricane force as far south as Havana, Cuba. Over 3 million customers were without electrical power at one time due to fallen
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This note was uploaded on 06/12/2011 for the course GEOGRAPHY 600-201010 taught by Professor Christopherpost during the Spring '10 term at Kent State.

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