Nor’easter Storms in the United States

13 February 2024
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A nor’easter is a type of storm common along the East Coast of the United States and in the Atlantic Canada region, often bringing heavy snowfall.

These powerful storms, which are strongest between September and April, can cause significant disruptions such as power outages and transportation delays.

The name “nor’easter” comes from the direction of the winds that impact the coast from the northeast, particularly from the fall through the spring.