For the Northeast: The Weather Outside is Frightful (Winter Blizzard 2006)

 

BLIZZARD OF 2006 HITS NORTHEAST TONIGHT

It has been a mild winter for Blizzard snow fall mapthe Northeast this year to say the least; however, all that is about to change.

  •  Washington D.C. — 6 to 10 inches
  • Philadelphia — 6 to 12 inches
  • New York City — 6 to 12 inches
  • Boston — 6 to 12 inches

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Looping Radar

Mixed Composite Radar Map

UPDATE: Developing Nor’easter Heads Up East Coast

Blizzard warnings were posted from the New York City area into eastern New England, where up to 15 inches of snow was possible, and a winter storm warning was issued for most of New Jersey, the National Weather Service said. Heavy snow warnings were in effect from eastern Kentucky to southeastern New York state.

Delta Air Lines said it was canceling its Sunday arrivals and departures at several airports in the storm’s path, including those in New York City, Philadelphia, Boston, Baltimore, Newark, N.J.; Providence, R.I.; Washington, D.C. and Hartford, Conn.

Posted February 11, 2006 by
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