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The National Weather Service has issued a hazardous weather outlook for the tri-state area, and it's predictions have grown more dire in recent days.LINK
The snow line is clearly in SE PA to Baltimore, MD on Wednesday, with a mix/no accumulating snow within that line. According to this morning's run of our in-house model most of the snow will fall from NE PA to NY and into Inner New England ... With traces in West Virginia as well ... LINK
Originally posted by mappam
Nobody is talking about Connecticut. My 95 year old mother still has no power. Phone lines are down. Union leaders are REFUSING help from "outside help"......Help from other areas that are trying to get the area(s) restored are just standing around doing nothing.......
My mother is in the south/western part of the state and it is very wooded with 2 acre or more zoning restrictions. Most of the power/phone lines are above ground and will take ages to repair!
At the end of her driveway a power pole was hit by lightning and Thrown onto her driveway. The pole has been put back but the lines are still lying all over the drive/street.
Originally posted by DocHolidaze
reply to post by DestroyDestroyDestroy
i dont see how anyone can freeze to death that has the ability to collect flammable objects, there is plenty of stuff to burn in n.y. so hopefully the able go out and collect for the unable
Originally posted by DestroyDestroyDestroy
Wow, the earth is REALLY trying to get rid of us xD
I just hope they can evacuate all of the homeless in NY/NJ before this storm hits; a LOT of people and pets could freeze to death. It's a shame, too, that it's hitting right after election day.
Originally posted by EllaMarina
And it's not even winter yet... it's still the middle of fall.
Is it because it's full of snow?
But wow... it's going be be really cold down there! I wish the citizens could simply be evacuated.
A nor'easter taking shape Monday in the Gulf of Mexico was expected to begin its march up the coast, eventually passing within 50 to 100 miles of the wounded New Jersey coastline on Wednesday. The storm was expected to bring winds of up to 55 mph, coastal flooding, up to 2 inches of rain along the shore, and several inches of snow to Pennsylvania and New York.