Attention turns to early next week, and a more organized, moisture-laden storm system that will be intensifying as it passes very close to New England's coastline.
The pre-storm setup is one that favors snow - cold air well in place, and a strong high pressure dome to our north.
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While there are some treatments available for tinnitus, or ringing in the ear, there is no real cure.
Doctors suggest making lifestyle and dietary changes to help ease the intensity of the "ringing" (which can also appear as a whooshing or buzzing sound) including: • Avoiding caffeine or alcohol • Managing stress • Avoiding exposure to additional loud noises which can aggravate tinnitus further (invest in a good pair of ear plugs) • Taking Lipo-Flavonoid, a nutritional supplement that contains a complex of B vitamins proven to help decrease the intensity of tinnitus. Cheng sees improvement in seven out of 10 patients who take Lipo-Flavonoid, which is why he continues to recommend it to his tinnitus patients.
Notice that the second question of how strong cold air holds on is, essentially, answered by the first: two disturbances beats up the cold more, mostly because a southeast prevailing wind is present for a longer period of time, allowing the ocean to moderate our airmass.
Nonetheless, the storm will be poorly organized and moisture-starved, meaning even areas with greatest accumulation would likely be on the order of a coating to an inch.
For some, the noise (ringing in the ear) is distressing enough to seek medical help, yet many suffer in silence because they don't know where to turn or how to explain it to others (who do not hear this noise) "For some, the noise (ringing in the ear) is distressing enough to seek medical help, yet many suffer in silence because they don't know where to turn or how to explain it to others (who do not hear this noise)," explains Andrew Cheng, M.
D., an ear, nose and throat physician and clinical assistant professor in the Department of Otolaryngology - Head & Neck Surgery at New York Medical College.
Though I don't see that happening right now, with several days until the forecast period, I'm certainly open to the possibility that trend may show up in coming days.
For now, I think Monday night through Tuesday represents a great chance of accumulating snow in the mountains - further driving home the point that March means snowy business in Northern New England - with a burst of snow to rain or mostly rain more likely farther south, dependent upon proximity to the coast.
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