Surface analysis shows Albera Clipper in central and eastern Great Lakes, progressing eastward, while the main part of this system is immediately offshore the Mid-Atlantic. As the main storm system continues to move north up the coast, the clipper system will get sucked into its force and the two will collide. When this collision happens, the combined storm system will have lower level wind speeds nearing 100 knots. Thats over hurricane force!
Power outages and coastal flooding is expected. Preparations must be in place for this historic and potentially life-threatening storm system.