At Ohio swept a rare January tornado: a tornado moves northeast

A very rare natural phenomenon occurred on Tuesday, January 8, in Ohio. Northeastern state swept a tornado. The wind speed reached 100 miles per hour.

In January, a tornado in Ohio are formed extremely rare: from 1950 to 2018 at this time there were only 6 tornadoes.

Tornado near Cortland Ohio this morning. Survey team in route.

— Gary Garnet (@GaryNWS) January 8, 2019

A tornado was spotted near Mosquito Lake about 10.30 am Eastern time, 8 Jan. Later reports of eyewitnesses confirmed the national weather service.

Fortunately, no one was hurt, but gusty winds up to 100 mph damaged several buildings and knocked down dozens of trees.

In most parts of the Midwest Tuesday was the storm that dropped large hail. Now this is the storm system moves to the northeast of the United States, where, as weather forecasters speak, will bring heavy snow.

About 20 minutes of hail in LaGrange. It just ended about 3:30 @NWSCLE @GaryNWS @YourChronicle @ohioweather #ohwx

— Bruce Bishop (@bruce_bishop) January 8, 2019

According to meteorologists, on Wednesday and Thursday, 9 and 10 January, on highways I-80 and I-90 in Northern New England and parts of new York state located near the Great Lakes, will be a strong storm is blowing a heavy wind. Possible broken wire transfers. By the weekend the storm will move to the East coast of the Atlantic ocean. Drivers are asked to consider the weather conditions and to abandon long-distance travel during the snowfall. It is expected that in some parts of northeastern States during the day can fall up to 30 cm of snow.

On the West coast also predicted bad weather, but not snow, and heavy rains. In Northern California, and in the South, particularly in Los Angeles rains can cause local flash flooding.