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Wednesday, March 07, 2018

East coast weather: Two feet of snow and rain expected

Don't put away your winter coats just yet.

A complex winter storm system is threatening to dump up to two feet of snow on the east coast, which is still struggling to recover from the weekend's Nor'easter three days later.

And while the midweek storm won't become as powerful as the recent winter storm Riley, which left up to 2million homes and businesses without power at its peak, some parts of the northeast might face power outages and travel disruptions.

Winter storm Quinn started brewing in the western mountains and northern Plains, and will fizzle there, over the eastern Great Lakes and in the central Appalachians through Tuesday and overnight.

But it is expected to then strengthen once it hits the east coast early Wednesday and into Thursday.



Anonymous said...

Spring has Begun, Don't worry , More daylight coming too

say Asta-Lavista to Winter !!!! Glad of it

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Anonymous said...

They are having a difficult time explaining why the snow won't stick to the ground. LOL

It is just too warm.

You can't make a major snow storm when it is this warm.
It was snowing last night at 42 degrees!

Anonymous said...

Last frost around here is on my birthday, 4/16. Send valuable its, please!