Where are you? If you are in the southeast or in North Dakota, it looks like you can expect a storm within the next two day. Use the link below to find your specific weather forecast.
If it is a reference to the “superstorm”, any time in the next 100 years or so.
It looks like the only large storm right now is over the midwest – so if your in the Great Lakes region – that would be for the next couple of days.
The biggest storm is going to be heading into the Northwest this weekend, so Saturday the Pacific Northwest, Midwest and Northeast will have stormy weather.
In the future, try to make your questions as detailed as possible so we can help find the answers for you. 🙂
If you are looking for weather information, try putting your zip code in at http://www.weather.com or http://www.wunderground.com.
Perhaps you mean the “ark” (or super) storm that is supposed to hit California sometime in the future? According to the USGS, storms of “this magnitude are projected to become more frequent and intense as a result of climate change”. Using information from the huge 1861-62 storm which hit California, experts from across the country were able to model a storm scenario in which California would be battered with hurricane-style weather for weeks on end. However, as the first poster states, this is currently just a hypothetical scenario – the storm is believed to be “inevitable”, but when it will actually occur is unknown.
The USGS actually prepared a video on the storm for the public:
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