This Winter Storm Will Be Hectic…

This Winter Storm Will Be Hectic…

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In this video we are breaking down the week day by day as we track a blizzard, severe weather, and an ice storm…

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Big Storm Forming Tuesday: 0:00
Severe Weather & Tornadoes On Wednesday: 1:05
Huge Snowstorm & Ice Storm On Thursday / Friday: 2:03
Here’s How Much Snow To Expect: 3:42
Things Look Better This Weekend: 6:54
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41 Responses

  1. Ryan Hall, Y'all says:

    Y’all – 0 – Meters are the best snow measurement device on earth. I would really appreciate it if you got one & sent pics when it snows!
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  2. Keith Frantz says:

    Thanks for all you do bud..I am a carpenter in the Atlanta area and you have no idea how much this helps me determine my schedule…spot on

  3. Carrie D says:

    1.09 million subscribers ….see we know how good you are at keeping us informed and keeping it interesting as you tell it.
    A Great Big Thank You Ryan.
    GOD BLESS you and your family.

  4. Penny Benton says:

    Because of your early forecasts I can safely get my 87 year old Mother to and fro. Thanks Ryan. Praying for everyone enduring these storms..

  5. Piggies Plus says:

    I live in midwest MN and literally within the past hour or two the wind just went from almost nothing to 28 mph. Stay warm people!

  6. Sh moop says:

    Youtube weather guys have been putting out multiple videos on the approaching storm, sometimes a few times a day. And then, quietly, and at the right time, in comes Ryan with his no nonsense, no hype just facts, views on the storm. Well done.

  7. Barbara Cullen says:

    dear Ryan, I sincerely thank you for all of your weather updates on all of the winter Strom’s because you are so very accurate with the Weather Channel and please keep up the Great Job ok. and I look forward to your next Weather update for 2023

  8. Little Kentucky says:

    I hope everyone getting big snow ❄️ gets prepared, stock up and stay safe 😊❤. In my area of Kentucky floods are what is hurting us, just last week, we got flooded in and the damage it did, washed up under our black top road and this huge part of the road broke off past the yellow line!!😮 it’s worse then it sounds, needless to say our road to town is going to be closed for a LONG time, what use to take us 30 minutes, will now be a hour and half trip to town, that’s us going long way around, I have my fingers crossed for No more rain in my area for awhile . ☔️ 🌧 rain, rain go away, come again some other day 😂

  9. TR L says:

    I live in Michigan, our weather is beyond crazy. The Great Lakes mess with our weather all the time. There is not a “Normal” but people will always find something to be scared of.

  10. Drew Freed says:

    As a truck driver I wanted to thank you again for all you do for us. Your weather updates are priceless for trip planning.

    • Ahtemma Thehun says:

      @Southern Folk Election Predictions One doesn’t have to have a degree in meteorology to be capable of generating accurate projections. Ryan has a team of meteorologists he works with, and those people have publicly stated he is just as qualified as they are, due to his self education. I would argue that his self education is the biggest part of why he is so good at making weather terminology digestible for the layman. The dependence on pedigreed individuals is a logical fallacy, after all.

    • Jade says:

      Thank you for your hard work! 🙂

    • Diane Whitlock says:

      Ryan rocks!

    • MJ says:

      A lot people don’t realize how many miles a driver drives a day. 500+ a day. You can start your day off in sunshine, and drive into blizzard/tornado weather by day’s end!

    • MJ says:

      @Southern Folk Election Predictions I believe he DOES have a degree in weather and worked as local TV weather person.

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