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Recent winter storms may bring significant snow to the northeast

Another winter storm has occurred, causing serious travel problems for truck drivers across Interstate 95 and most of the northeast.

According to the National Weather Service:

“A powerful Nor’easter develops off the Mid-Atlantic on Friday and is expected to affect the northeast and eastern New England this weekend. Heavy snow risk and eastern Long Island / New England as a whole. There is considerable snowfall in. For gusts and coastal issues. In fact, the combination of snow and wind can lead to blizzard conditions.

“Blizzard conditions are projected from eastern Long Island to much of the New England coast, especially from southeastern Maine to Cape Cod, which makes travel nearly impossible.”

The storm is formed off the South Atlantic coast and is expected to move north, causing the worst weather conditions in New York and New England from tonight to Saturday.

“Winter weather recommendations and warnings are implemented in parts of the Central / Southern Appalachian Mountains. The heaviest snowfall is 6-12 inches from the eastern coast of Maryland to most of Maine,” the Meteorological Department said. It can fall in the range of. Some parts of the New England coast where blizzards are expected, especially along the Massachian Mountains, can have locally high volumes of snow 1-2 feet. “

Bitter cold air penetrates behind Nor’easter, causing temperatures to drop significantly in the eastern third of the country on Saturday. Maximum temperatures are 15-25 degrees below average in most places.

Elsewhere, the Alberta Clipper system will bring light snow to the Upper Great Lakes on Saturday night, and a new system will emerge to create light rain and snow in the Pacific Northwest, according to Meteorological Services.

Recent winter storms may bring significant snow to the northeast

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