There is a growing sense that a polar vortex is about to hit us all.
While it is not certain, this is a very real possibility, said David Sperling, a meteorologist with WeatherBell Analytics.
“We’re going to be looking at a lot of weather patterns in a very short time,” Spering said.
The National Weather Service is warning of a “polar vortex” that could cause a tornado warning or severe weather.
The severe weather warning is in effect until 6 p.m.
EDT on Sunday and will be followed by a “Polar vortex watch” for the entire contiguous United States from the Georgia border to southern Canada.
A severe weather watch means severe weather conditions are expected to persist in areas and areas of the country.
There could be damaging wind gusts and rain.
According to the WeatherBell data, the storm is expected to reach its maximum intensity about noon EDT.
The WeatherBell website shows how it will look over time, but it could be as severe as a tornado or as small as a rainstorm.
It could be just one of many storms in the area that could affect people in the coming days.