Yes this is huge… But not the end: Another low pressure area could
undergo bombogenesis next week while sweeping across the same area.
strong storm is bringing high winds and snow to western Alaska!
Hurricane force winds are expected for the Central and Eastern
winds culminated at 92 mph at Atka
Island and Adak Island as
the storm engulfed the Bering Sea late Saturday into early Sunday. As
shown in the picture above, the
National Weather Service expected waves
up to 50 and
peak wind gusts up to 120 mph in different areas.
addition to the strong winds, wave heights are forecasted to reach 40
to 50 ft in some locations. Weather.com
Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for snow and blowing snow.
Bristol Bay has the potential to see 8 to 11 inches of
storm in the Bering Sea has brought winds over 90 mph and huge surf
to Alaska’s Aleutian Islands. The low-pressure system’s
intensification easily met bombogenesis
Through Monday the
storm system is forecast to weaken over the Bering Sea area. But it’s
not over! Another
area of low pressure will probably undergo BOMBOGENESIS and engulf
the Aleutian Islands on Tuesday with the same insane intensity.
you aren’t currently in the region. Otherwise go undercover!