Whoa, the East Coast just got what many of us out West have been dreaming about: deep snow. Storm “Juno” came in and unloaded on Maine, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New York, New Hampshire, and Maine. “Juno” isn’t forecast to stop snowing on New England until Wednesday morning. Up to 20-inches of new snow, combined with winds up to 70mph created blizzard conditions in much of Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, and Rhode Island today. […]
Winter storm Juno is about to hit the Northeast, and it’s expected to slam coastal cities like NYC, Boston, and Philadelphia with up to (and possibly over) two feet of heavy snow. Blizzard conditions are expected in 7 states. The National Weather Service is describing the upcoming storm as “life-threatening” and “historic”, with the peak impact expected to hit Monday night into Tuesday. Blizzard or near-blizzard conditions will make travel dangerous, and government officials throughout the Northeast are encouraging residents to stay at home.