nor'easter


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nor'easter

[nȯr′ē·stər]
(meteorology)
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The Nor'easter Steering Committee has already begun planning how to make next year's conference even better.
Several nor'easters did just that in 2005 to cause the worst bloom in New England in 30 years.
Julie Davids, C2EA steering committee member and Nor'easter co-coordinator, urges older folks to join C2EA and become mentors.
I was busy cleaning the boat the other day (surprising in and of itself) when a Nor'easter sprung up and before long the waves were rocking the old Eku II consistently.
The world premiere of Mark Morris's new work, The Argument, was an auspicious occasion even though a nor'easter snowstorm forced the cancellation of the opening performance.
The Rainmaker: Dan Rather, in full yellow, multi-pocketed, nor'easter rain gear, is parachuted into the heart of El Nino to debunk the weather alarmists who predict an unusually wet winter.
Shortly after Sandy, a nor'easter dealt a blow to storm-ravaged New Jersey and a WMECo contingent was back on the road to assist storm weary crews there.
As New Jersey's most recent nor'easter passes through, area residents experiencing the slipping and sliding that often accompanies a recent snowfall began looking for better, safer options for their commutes.
The nor'easter knocked out power to more than 30,000 residents and parts of I-81 were closed due to snow and multiple accidents.
The National Weather Service predicted on Sunday that a Nor'easter that could include gusts of up to 55 mph is likely to reach the area by Wednesday and could compound the havoc brought by last week's violent weather.
Attitash Mountain Resort, located in the Mount Washington Valley and considered New Hampshire's premier year-round vacation area, offers the original Alpine Slide, year-round Nor'Easter Mountain Coaster, Waterslides, Lift-Service Downhill Mountain Biking, Scenic Summit Chair Ride, Horseback Riding, and more.
Total damages could be three times as high as those incurred when a ferocious Nor'easter slammed Lower Manhattan in 1992, Reeve said, adding that while a direct bit on Manhattan is not likely, the City's office buildings and infrastructure will sustain substantial damage.