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Synonyms for noreaster

a storm blowing from the northeast


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Nor'easters are storms that typically bring strong winds from the northeast, and they tend to occur most often and most violently between September and April along North America's East Coast, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration says.
Montville, New Jersey, got more than 26 inches from Wednesday's nor'easter.
Storm Quinn is the second nor'easter to hit the region within a week, according to the Weather Channel, and brought delays to flights, ferry routes and bus services on Wednesday afternoon.
08 ( ANI ): A second Nor'easter storm in less than a week hit New York on Wednesday, causing hundreds of flights to be cancelled during the day.
Referred to as the Great Nor'easter of 1992 or the Downslope Nor'easter, this storm involved snow, high winds, flooding and record high tides from Maryland to New England.
The National Weather Service said the storm, known as a nor'easter, would bring heavy snow, powerful winds and widespread coastal flooding throughout today.
A powerful nor'easter is rolling through Canada, dumping significant amounts of snow in parts of Ontario and Quebec and causing heavy rain and flooding in the Maritimes, while another storm system is also soaking Canada's West Coast.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-January 6, 2014-CodeRED emergency notification system delivers almost 2 million calls during Nor'Easter
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As the pressure in the nor'easter deepens, the winds will howl through New England and the east coast of Canada, bringing the threat of a vast plunge in temperature, coastal flooding, hurricane force winds, blizzards and even tornadoes.
The devastation wrought by Hurricane Sandy went far beyond Irene's worst, and the follow-up nor'easter a week later only added to the region's misery as thousands endured a second week without power or heat.
Chicago, USA-based carrier United Airlines (NYSE: UAL) said it delivered its best monthly on-time performance for 2012 in November despite the continued impact of Superstorm Sandy and the Nor'easter that followed with 85.
drain of Election Night, and soon thereafter, a nor'easter kept the weather inhospitable for a couple of days.
Even though the storm, nor'easter, has come and gone, having brought its own problems to those who were battling Hurricane Sandy just a week ago, its effects are still being felt by travellers in the region.
Some 715,000 homes and businesses in the region were without power, an increase of nearly 43,000 from Wednesday night after the nor'easter knocked power out to more customers following those who had lost power due to Sandy, the U.