Winter snowstorm, Juno will hit Northeast states on Monday through Wednesday

 

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According to Weather.com, Juno, the severe winter snowstorm will hit the most vibrant states in northeast (from Main to Virginia) with blizzard and some areas will have more than 3 feet of accumulation. Obviously, Travelers of 6,000 flights have grounded due to weather on Monday through Wednesday.

Some says it will be huge snowstorm, historically we can name it and maybe that is why her name is Juno(Hera).

The New York Gov, Andrew Cuomo declared a state of emergency and prepared with 750 plows and 50 pounds of salt for this snowstorm. He states,

“New Yorkers are tough, but you should stay home,” Cuomo said. “This is nothing to take lightly,” adding that “it could be a matter of life and death.”

This snowstorm will be one of the top record of winter snowstorm since 2006 with 26.9 inches.

According to Weather News, Boston is expected to get 18 to 24 inches of snow, with up to 3 feet falling west of the city, and Philadelphia could see 14 to 18 inches.  NWS lead forecaster Bob Oravec said that wind gusts of 75 mph or more are possible for coastal areas of Massachusetts, with gusts of up to 50 mph further inland.

“We do anticipate very heavy snowfall totals,” Oravec, told the Associated Press. “In addition to heavy snow, with blizzard warnings, there’s a big threat of high, damaging winds, and that will be increasing Monday into Tuesday. A lot of blowing, drifting and such.”

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