Depending on the location, the weather service says Tuesday’s winter storm could produce near-blizzard conditions.
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Wednesday night – Partly cloudy, with a low around 17.
According to the National Weather Service, the winter storm that will start late this evening and last throughout the day Tuesday.
Winter Storm Warnings are in effect for most of New Jersey except for Cape May County where a Winter Weather Advisory is in effect. This will lead to whiteout conditions, which will make travel extremely unsafe. This will lead to blowing and drifting snow Tuesday, Tuesday night and Wednesday. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 23. If the snow keeps up, though, we could be in record-setting territory.
The National Weather Service is urging residents, particularly near the Lehigh Valley, to “shelter in place” due to the unsafe conditions expected Tuesday morning.
Winds will become gusty out of the north-northeast ranging from about 10 to 20 with some gusts between 25 and 30 miles per hour.
The late-season storm is forecast to slam the bulk of the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast.
In Maryland, crews began pretreating streets and highways on Sunday with a mix of brine and beet juice that slows ice forming on roads.
But, local weather forecasters are doing their best to project what you will encounter when you wake up Tuesday.
NYC Public Schools are closed on Tuesday, March 14th. As always, check with your airline about the status of your flights.
“A fairly classic blizzard”, is how today’s storm was described by Brian Edwards, Accuweather meteorologist. In February, the school-closing announcement created some confusion for students in Paris. Roads quickly became impassable by mid morning due to heavy snow, downed power lines, fallen trees and “white-out conditions”.
Philadelphia and surrounding municipalties are expected to announce snow emergencies. Here’s the full list of snow routes. If not, please consider doing so by clicking on the button below.
A powerful nor’easter is set to impact the Delaware Valley tonight through much of the day Tuesday.
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