“Could spell peril for blossoming fruit trees and shrubs from parts of the Ohio and Tennessee valleys as well as portions of the Northeast,” says AccuWeather.com. This includes apple, pear, plum, cherry and peach varieties.
26 Mar 2016 – The intense cold is also likely to trigger unusually heavy lake-effect snow for April immediately south and east of the Great Lakes, says AccuWeather.com Senior Meteorologist Alex Sosnowski.
Beginning Sunday, Sosnowski expects nighttime temperatures to drop to freezing as far south as the Tennessee Valley, and into the single digits at times in parts of the Upper Midwest and northern Plains.
Temperatures will average 15-30 degrees Fahrenheit below normal.
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