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Saturday, March 11, 2017

Nor'easter to unleash heavy snow from DC to Boston as winter strikes back

A major nor'easter threatens to shut down travel due to heavy snow and strong winds from Washington, D.C., to New York City and Boston early next week as winter's revenge continues.

The snowstorm in the northeastern United States will follow a storm with snow and slippery travel in the South into Sunday and a storm set to bring snow and travel problems in the Midwest from Sunday night to Monday.

A storm will rapidly strengthen and track within a couple of hundred miles of the East coast of the U.S. spanning Monday night to Tuesday night. For many areas in the Northeast, this will likely be the biggest and most impactful storm of the winter.

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Anonymous said...

Locally we'll get a light dusting.

Anonymous said...

Up to 2 inches of rain on Monday and Tuesday, followed by less than 1" of snow on Wednesday, then it goes back into the 50's.

Unknown said...

I'll believe it when I see it

Anonymous said...

Dan said it'll be 1 to 2 inches with 20 mph winds so look for it to be 65 and sunny with winds light and variable. You just gotta know how to read him.

Jim said...

Depending on the track of the storm.
At this point, Joe Bastardi thinks it will stay in prety close to the coast, giving mostly rain/snow mix.
But if it goes further offshore, things could get wild.
Keep an eye on it.

Anonymous said...

I'm driving to ny for the storm can't wait to have fun in the snow

Jim said...

Blizzard watches for NYC