Beyond The Forecast
The bulk of the accumulation over much of the region will occur from 5 am to 5 pm. This storm, however, will likely contain some sleet, freezing rain and even some rain unlike the straight snow case of its predecessor.
One week after the Blizzard of 2015, another foot of snow is possible in New England.
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Cleanup is continuing after the Blizzard of 2015, but more snow could be on the way.
It looks like we are headed full speed ahead into a prolonged stretch of bitter cold and snow.
Here is what we can expect over the next 24 hours or so.
This is the perfect setup for a long-duration wind and snow machine, something we only see once every five to 10 years.
It now appears all but inevitable that we’re in for a historic Nor’easter.
There is a chance we could be in for an historic, epic, blockbuster nor’easter Monday into Tuesday.
Driving is messy as several inches of snow are expected to coat some areas of New England.