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Blizzard Warning!!!!



 
 
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Old January 26th 15, 09:40 AM posted to alt.talk.weather
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Default Blizzard Warning!!!!

A massive winter storm is headed for New England with blizzard conditions and
2-3 feet of snow possible in many spots, according to Fox25 Chief
Meteorologist Kevin Lemanowicz.

The Fox25 Weather Team says the storm will begin dropping snow in the Boston
area Monday afternoon. With the snow starting to fall by 3 p.m., expect there
to be 2-4 inches of snow on the ground by midnight.

The storm picks up in intensity after midnight with blizzard conditions
Tuesday morning and much of the day.

"This storm still has to form, so, right now, we are closely tracking all
available data and models," according to Fox25 Meteorologist Shiri Spear.
"With that said, more than a foot of snow is highly likely for most of the
Boston area."

The most dangerous conditions will be in the early morning hours on Tuesday
through the morning commute. The Fox25 Weather Team is forecasting 8-12 inches
of snow to fall between midnight and 7 a.m. Tuesday. The storm will still be
cranking through lunch time with 10-20 inches of snow on the ground in many
areas by that time. As it pulls away in the afternoon, the FOX 25 Weather Team
forecasts a widespread 18-24 inches with some isolated spots getting up to 3
feet of snow.

"I've heard the term 'historic' used in discussing this storm, but right now,
our warning is for everyone to prepare for a powerful Nor'easter that could
cause blizzard conditions, especially in Eastern Massachusetts," Fox25 Chief
Meteorologist Kevin Lemanowicz said.

Fox25 Meteorologists Shiri Spear, Sarah Wroblewski, and Fred Campagna are all
closely tracking this storm as it forms along with Chief Meteorologist Kevin
Lemanowicz. Fox25 will keep you updated on air, on the Fox25 News app and our
new Fox25 Weather app. We'll also have updates for you on the Fox25 Facebook
and Twitter pages.

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Old March 27th 15, 04:10 PM posted to alt.talk.weather
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Default Blizzard Warning!!!!

On Monday, 26 Jan 2015 05:40:00 -500, "Roger Shays"
wrote:

A massive winter storm is headed for New England with blizzard conditions and ?
2-3 feet of snow possible in many spots, according to Fox25 Chief ?
Meteorologist Kevin Lemanowicz.


Just wondering why this message says 3/26/2015 but was posted in
January?

 




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