What is a nor'easter?


Nor'easter is a powerful storm that affects the East Coast of the United States and Atlantic Canada. It is named Nor'easter because the storm travels to the Northeast while the winds come from the Northeast of the coastal areas of the United States and the Atlantic Canada. Nor'easter causes flooding and erosion of the coastal areas, hurricane winds and heavy snow.
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A nor'easter is an intense storm that happens along the east coast of the United States. The last nor'easter happened in the year of 2006 You can find more information here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nor%27easter
It is actually spelled nor'easter, and is considered a 'macro' storm, usually along the east coast. These storms are usually very cold, bring lots of rain or snow, and have high winds.
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