National Weather Service Warns – Massive Snow Storm For Northeast U.S. Predicted….

…BLIZZARD WARNING IN EFFECT FROM 1 PM MONDAY TO MIDNIGHT EST TUESDAY NIGHT…

• THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN NEW YORK HAS ISSUED A BLIZZARD WARNING… • WHICH IS IN EFFECT FROM 1 PM MONDAY TO MIDNIGHT EST TUESDAY NIGHT.  • LOCATIONS…NEW YORK CITY AND SURROUNDING IMMEDIATE SUBURBS…LONG ISLAND…AND MOST OF SOUTHERN CONNECTICUT. • ACCUMULATIONS…SNOW ACCUMULATION OF 20 TO 30 INCHES…WITH LOCALLY HIGHER AMOUNTS POSSIBLE. SNOWFALL RATES OF 2 TO 4 INCHES PER HOUR EXPECTED LATE MONDAY NIGHT INTO TUESDAY MORNING. (NWS ALERT)

snow storm(CNN) — The National Weather Service has upgraded its blizzard watch to a blizzard warning for the area from northern New Jersey through southern Connecticut, including New York City. Twenty to 30 inches of snow is possible with winds gusting 55 to 65 mph. The Weather Service says whiteout conditions will make travel extremely dangerous in the affected area. The blizzard warning is in effect from 1 p.m. Monday through Tuesday, with the worst conditions expected from late Monday evening through midday Tuesday.

A potentially “historic and destructive” winter storm and blizzard will likely hit areas of Massachusetts beginning Monday night, dumping heavy snow and bringing strong winds, state emergency officials said Sunday.

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Areas of New York, including the New York City metropolitan area, and the city of Boston are in the storm’s path. Coastal New Jersey and parts of New England will also be affected, the National Weather Service said. The Rhode Island Emergency Management Agency tweeted Sunday that the state would be under a blizzard watch Monday.

The storm isn’t predicted to let up until Wednesday morning. Snow in the southeast part of Massachusetts could morph into a period of freezing rain. And a major nor’easter is likely to develop on Monday and move up the northeast coast, forecasters said.

Travel across Massachusetts during the storm could be impossible and life-threatening, according to the Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency It’s unclear just how much snow might be on the way but the National Weather Service is saying 1 to 2 feet is possible.  (read more)

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49 Responses to National Weather Service Warns – Massive Snow Storm For Northeast U.S. Predicted….

  1. doodahdaze says:

    The weather is even worse in Florida. Horrible. Just a disaster. Sinkholes, Hurricanes, Lighting, Awful. Those in the North are lucky,

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    • stella says:

      Are you kidding? This is dangerous weather to everyone in the storm’s very large path. Cold, ice and heavy snow can be deadly. Snow is already falling heavily in Indiana and Ohio, moving east.

      I’m sure you are aware that hurricanes are part of the weather in Florida, right?

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      • auscitizenmom says:

        Kidding? I’m sure.

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      • Col.(R) Ken says:

        I’m done for the day, plowing, plowing, and more, plowing. We should have another blast of 4-8″ total by tomorrow. The JD is under wraps, refueled, and ready to go for tomorrow. Wood bucket is full, and more piled by the door. Just stoked the fire, warm and toasty here, coffee, Tex’s sipping whiskey, poured. Ready for the Pro Bowl.

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      • dginga says:

        And snowstorms are part of the normal weather patterns in Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Maine, etc. I grew up in that part of the country. We called it “winter.” I am sick to death of the news and their “weather porn.” That’s actually what the news people call it off-camera, BTW.

        So how’s that Globull Warming working out for you, deBlasio? At least they won’t have to worry about rioting and looting, since the people who do that stuff don’t like the cold.

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    • John says:

      Relentless humidity, searing sunshine, the Bermuda Triangle….and a crazy populace.

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  2. rdenisw says:

    Aren’t we lucky that Glowball Warmening is keeping everyone so toasty and warm? The evidence is all around us, isn’t it!

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    • John says:

      Global warming means EXTREMES in weather patterns…not just ‘warming.”

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      • ZurichMike says:

        Why do the global warming people keep moving the goalposts? First we had doom-and-gloom in the 1970’s about global cooling, then global warming, and now it’s the “extremes” in weather patterns (which is not climate — what the same global warming people lectured us rubes was at issue). Please explain the “extremes” in weather patterns that made medieval Europe warm, industrial age Europe cold (recall the mountains of snow and frozen lakes that shut down most of Europe in the late 1800’s each winter and inspired Impressionist artists to create fabulous artwork depicting snow and cold when they fled ice-locked Paris). Please explain man’s impact that made British Isles and Ireland subtropical just a few thousand years ago while ice still covered North America. Please research the effects of underwater volcanoes on thermal patterns of the ocean’s currents, and recent volcanoes that spewed more particulate matter into the air in one eruption than man has in 100 years. Lastly, I think any “warming” trend — even if true — could be abated if the Chicken Littles of the AGW world would shut their yaps and reduce all the hot air they spew into the atmosphere.

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      • dginga says:

        John, how is it an extreme weather pattern for two feet of snow to fall in New York and New England in the WINTER????? I grew up there, and this happened all the time! We called them “snow days” and went sledding and skiing.

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        • canadacan says:

          Used to wrap a scarf around my face tied at the back.
          Walked to school backwards.We never had a snow day .Schools never closed -ever(only for designated holidays).
          When I was teaching I remember my books sliding on the ice under the car.Got down on my hands and knees to get them.
          Business as usual.Enjoy your cozy description Colonel Ken sounds nice.

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          • canadacan says:

            I learned how to drive on ice. The driving instructor put the car into a spin (my first day with him) on an Ontario back road and said “Now take it out”.
            I have since relocated a little further south I wonder why.

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      • doodahdaze says:

        Global warming is hitting New Yawk now.

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    • John says:

      BTW, 65 degrees in Fort Collins, Colorada today Must be some kind of record.

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      • stella says:

        In Chicago in January of 1967 (Jan 25, I think it was) we had a 26″+ heavy wet snowfall in about 12 hours. The day prior, the temps were in the 60’s. Nothing new to see here.

        I’m tired of hearing the AGW folks tell of the doom and gloom of things that have happened before. Just a couple of years ago, we in Michigan were being told that the low lake levels were due to AGW. Well, as they always have in the past, lake levels are back up. Of course the recovery (and the faulty forecasts) are never mentioned.

        It is really tiresome.

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      • lovemygirl says:

        There have been records set every single year since they have been keeping records. The climate has been amazingly stable over the last 1,000 years compared to the eons prior to that.

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    • aprilyn43 says:

      Global Warming is a lie and every time I hear about the next freeze or snow storm I laugh; oh, I live in Sunny Florida …. Nice!

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  3. 1American1st says:

    Everybody just watch! Mayor De Blah Blah will want those hateful, racist cops to be on duty during this blizzard to help the citizens of NYC, including the Liberal morons who voted for him & the “I can’t breathe” protesters / cop haters.

    Hey Liberals & Protesters! Call your mama if you need help!

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  4. jim says:

    We made it through the double blizzard of ’78 (Jan 20 and Feb 6,7) that dropped about 4′ of snow around Boston. After being house bound for two days, I couldn’t stand the ugly blue tile in our bathroom and went at it with a hammer and chisel. So, the net effect of that blizzard was a remodeled bathroom, a chance to have long talks with our neighbors and build snow forts with the kids. No reason to panic. Have fun Boston.

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    • wondering999 says:

      That’s the spirit! 🙂

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    • stella says:

      I agree! We had almost 27″ of very heavy snow in Chicago in January of 1967. Snowbound from Thursday to Sunday, and snow piles for weeks after. You make do and stay indoors as much as possible.

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      • lovemygirl says:

        I remember that and again in the 70’s we had anther couple of storms in a row where I recall snowmobile tracks went across the back of my Mom’s cougar trunk. Just before I moved back from DC we got walloped by a Nor’ Easter and I think it approached 3 ft over 3 days. That paralyzed the city for almost a week. I miss blizzards sometimes, just sitting in front of the fire with no place to go.

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    • ZurichMike says:

      I was studying at Boston University during that storm. It was jaw-dropping seeing such drifts. I remember our taking trays from the cafeteria and sliding from the top of the stadium to the field — covered in several feet of snow. Payloaders dumped snow into the Charles River (don’t think that is allowed anymore because of the enviroweenies) and classes were canceled for a week while the city dug out. It was so eerie when the blizzard first hit because the entire city was shut down — no noise of any kind.

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  5. dan says:

    20-30 inches and 55-60 kph winds…ya know what we call that back in da yoop?

    Tuesday….

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  6. rashomon says:

    So. What other place is TCTH going to take in providing info to the public? Guess all the print guys should just shut their dern doors.

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    • moogey says:

      Rashomon,
      Would you please explain your comment or the intent behind it?

      The Conservative Tree House Website publishes articles from around the website, and adds editorial content. This is a repost of an article recently made available by CNN, the Warning is the editorial. Why does your comment imply that other articles printed at this site do not provide public information?

      Readers on this website come from varied locales across the nation & the world. Why would the print guys shut their doors because of a repost on a website?

      Am I missing implied humor?

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  7. booger71 says:

    When I lived in Wyoming, we were snowed in several times 2-6 feet of snow in 24 hours. This is no big deal if you plan for it.

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  8. moogey says:

    The worst things about storms like these are the people who refuse to acknowledge the power that nature wields.

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  9. ensitue says:

    60 in Portland,,OR, sunny, a hint of a breeze

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  10. Les says:

    I think I just felt a tiny earthquake here in Texas. Just recording for the timestamp.

    I think the kids will all enjoy the extra time off, glad it is storming on a Monday rather than a Friday. I hope all affected will not lose power. That takes the fun out of being snowed in.

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  11. labrat says:

    Nope, worst thing is being one of the lucky few that have to go in to work whatever the weather. I’m getting too old for this crap.

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  12. sundance says:

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    • LetJusticePrevail" says:

      Oh, that’s just GREAT. This will put a MAJOR kink in my plans for this upcoming week. Why did I ever move away from FL? 😦

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    • amwick says:

      I grew up under the H for Hartford and lived for 14 years under the K for New York. Right now I am is SC, and this storm , and all that white stuff is why. Stay safe everyone.

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  13. polk8dot says:

    That is just too delicious. Each time the liberal moonbats double down and try to shout the logic, reason and facts down, Mother Nature spits right in their faces. 🙂

    http://www.cbsnews.com/common/video/cbsnews_video.swf

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  14. Lou says:

    [You mean gay country is again in the eye of the storm? This web bit can warm them up!]

      USA - from Puritans to Impure-itans
    
     Is there a connection between beautiful New England and entire American cities turned into smoking rubble? There is.
     Take same-sex marriage. I would have guessed that a "sin" city (San Francisco? Las Vegas?) would have been the first to legalize it.
     Oddly it's been the place where America started that's wanted to be the first place to help bring about the end of America and its values! It's been a Nor'easter of Perversion (helping to fulfill the end time "days of Lot" predicted in Luke 17) that began in (you guessed it) Boston in 2004.
     New England has gone from the Mayflower Compact to the Gay Power Impact, from Providence to decadence, from Bible thumpers to God dumpers, from university to diversity to perversity, and from the land of the Great Awakening to God's Future Shakening that will make the Boston bombings look like Walden Pond ripples by comparison!
     The same Nor'easter has been spreading south and as far west as Washington State where, after swelling up with pride, Mt. Rainier may wish to celebrate shame-sex marriage by having a blast that Seaddlepated folks can share in lava-land!
     The same Luke 17 prediction is tied to the Book of Revelation which speaks of the cities that God will flatten because of same-sexism - including American cities - a scenario I'll have to accept since I can't create my own universe and decree rules for it.
     I've just been analyzing the world's terminal "religion" that has its "god," its accessories, its "rites," and even a flag. It's an obsession that the infected converts are willing to live for, fight for - and even die for!       
     Want more facts? Google "God to Same-Sexers: Hurry Up," "Universal GAYety is Coming," "FOR GAYS ONLY: Jesus predicted," " 'Jesus Never Mentioned Homosexuality' - When Gays Have Birthdays...," "Harvey Milk Stamped 'Out' Forever" and "The Background Obama Can't Cover Up."
    

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  15. moe ham head says:

    yay no work tommorow

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  16. doodahdaze says:

    The name of the state of Florida should be changed to “Don’t Tell.”

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  17. flyonthewall1 says:

    Stay safe, my treeper friends in the path of this storm.

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    • doodahdaze says:

      The storm is not cooperating with the newz. CNN has sent Don Lemon out in his “Blizzardmobile” riding around in Central Park looking for the blizzard. This is just beyond stupid.

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  18. doodahdaze says:

    You have got to watch this on CNN I am ROFL.

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