Winter Storm Brings 2 Inches of Snow to Massachusetts; Heavier Snow Expected

Boston, MA – A winter storm is expected to bring heavy snowfall to Massachusetts on Sunday night and into Monday morning, with some communities already reporting 2 inches of snow during the initial stages of the storm. The storm brought rain to southern New England early Sunday morning, followed by snowflakes in central Massachusetts and a mix of snow and rain in eastern parts of the state later in the morning. There were also reports …

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Alert: More than 60 million Americans dealing with winter chill and snow chaos

A major winter storm has left more than 60 million Americans under cold and snow alerts as of Saturday afternoon, affecting various regions across the United States. The storm brought snow to the Mid-Atlantic and the Northeast, with Philadelphia receiving up to 6 inches and southern New Jersey reporting significant snowfall as well. While the storm has moved out to sea, lake effect snow bands are expected to persist in the coming days. In northwestern …

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Collisions Reported Due to Slick Roads from Lingering Snow Showers and Falling Temperatures

Washington D.C. – As winter weather continues to grip the Washington D.C. area, slick roads due to snow showers have resulted in reported collisions in Montgomery County. The combination of snow, darkness and falling temperatures is causing previously wet roads to freeze, leading to hazardous driving conditions. Temperatures in the area are expected to remain in the upper 20s and continue to drop, exacerbating the risk of icy roads. The ongoing snow showers are part …

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Snow to Wind Down Across New Jersey by Early Evening: Latest Forecast Shows Light to Moderate Snow Continues to Fall

TRENTON, New Jersey – New Jersey residents are bracing for a potentially challenging evening commute as light to moderate snow continues to fall across the state on Friday. However, forecasters predict that the snow will taper off and be long gone by the time most people are heading to bed. According to AccuWeather meteorologists, the snow is expected to wind down from north to south, potentially starting as early as dinnertime. Tom Kines, a senior …

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Travel Disruption Looms as New Snow Storm Predicted to Hit Northeast

A winter storm is expected to bring snow to the Northeast on Friday, prompting emergency measures in several areas as officials caution that travel conditions could be hazardous. The storm comes as more than 100 million people, nearly 30% of the US population, are under winter weather alerts across the Pacific Northwest, Northern Plains, Mid-Atlantic and the Northeast, following extreme conditions that have caused at least 55 deaths in 10 states. Snowfall began early Friday …

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Potential Snow Event: Will Snowfall Bring Chaos to Your Area? Read on for the Latest Forecast and Find Out

Washington D.C., United States – The weekend weather forecast for Washington D.C. indicates cloudy skies and the possibility of light snow before a significant temperature drop, with low temperatures expected to linger throughout the weekend. The temperatures will rise above freezing today and tomorrow, but a cold front will cause a rapid drop in temperature over the weekend, potentially creating hazardous driving conditions. Today, the weather will be mainly cloudy with minimal breeze, and highs …

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Northern California Weather Impact: Rain and Snow Expected to Cause Travel Disruptions

Pollock Pines, California – Residents in Pollock Pines, California, were taken by surprise by unseasonal snowfall this past weekend, leading to mixed reactions among the community. Some residents expressed frustration, while others found the snowfall beautiful and refreshing, highlighting the unpredictability of spring weather in the Sierra region. The wet weather on Saturday led KCRA 3 to designate it as an Impact Day in Northern California, affecting outdoor events and travel in the Valley and …

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Snow forecast DC, Maryland, Virginia: Icy Roads Prompt School Closings & Delays

WASHINGTON – Following the first significant snowfall in years, some school systems in the Washington, D.C., Maryland, and Virginia areas will be closed or delayed on Wednesday. Concerns are rising for icy road conditions on Wednesday morning as temperatures are expected to drop into the teens and single digits Tuesday night. The updated list of school closings, delays, and early dismissals in the region has been provided for the convenience of the public. Residents are …

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Colorado School Districts Announce Snow Days and Late Starts Due to Arctic Cold Front

Denver, Colorado – Many Colorado school districts will experience a snow day on Tuesday, while others will have a delayed start. This decision was made due to the prediction of dangerously cold temperatures and wind chill. The biggest school districts in the state, including Denver Public Schools, Jeffco Public Schools, Aurora Public Schools, and Cherry Creek School District, will be closed. In addition, the mountain schools in the Boulder Valley School District will also be …

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Nor’easter Snow Totals: See Which Towns Got Hit the Hardest

Albany, New Hampshire experienced a powerful nor’easter on Thursday, resulting in significant snowfall across various towns in the state. The National Weather Service and WMUR viewers provided data on snow totals, though there may be variations due to terrain and other factors influencing measurements. Snowfall reports ranged from 2.0 inches in Hinsdale to 19.5 inches in Freedom, highlighting the diverse impact of the storm throughout New Hampshire. Residents were encouraged to submit their snowfall totals …

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