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Winter storm forecast: Up to 8 inches of snow could fall in New York as Northeast prepares for snow

New York City officials prepare for impending winter storm

A winter storm could dump a foot of snow or more in parts of the northeastern United States, with a rare “thunderstorm” phenomenon also expected.

Some of the highest snowfall totals were forecast for parts of New Jersey and southwest Connecticut, where snowfall of 12 to 15 inches was possible, according to the National Weather Service.

New York City is expected to see up to eight inches by Wednesday, the NWS forecasts.

Wind gusts could reach 60 mph (100 km/h) off the coast of Massachusetts and 40 mph (65 km/h) in inland parts of southern New England.

“With several inches of snow, poor road visibility and possible coastal flooding headed our way, New Yorkers should prepare in advance,” Mayor Eric Adams said, asking people to “ stay home”.

Thunderstorm snow – when lightning forms within a snowstorm – was seen in Nashville Monday evening, social media videos show, and could also hit New York City, the meteorologist said. NWS, Bryan Ramsey. The independent.

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Watch: Snowstorm in Nashville

The rare phenomenon of “thunderstorms” – when thunderstorms and snowfall occur at the same time – was observed in Nashville Monday evening.

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New York authorities issue code blue for unhoused people

Ahead of tonight’s winter storm, New York City issued a “code blue,” meaning that shelters cannot turn away unhoused people seeking housing while that code is in effect.

New York City officials will also operate 24-hour shelters and recruit volunteers to contact vulnerable people and inform them of available resources.

Stuti MishraFebruary 13, 2024 09:04

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Snow forecast for Tuesday

At least a half-foot of snow is likely in parts of New York City and Long Island, while areas of interior Connecticut and the lower Hudson Valley could see nearly a foot snow Tuesday.

Here’s a map showing the latest forecast from the National Weather Service (NWS).

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Connecticut bans tractor-trailers on highways

All tractor-trailers are prohibited from traveling on Connecticut highways in anticipation of the snowstorm.

Gov. Ned Lamont signed an order banning all tandem tractor-trailers and empty tractor-trailers from traveling on all limited-access highways across the state, he wrote on X, formerly known as Twitter name.

The ban comes into effect at midnight on Tuesday and will remain in effect until further notice.

Stuti MishraFebruary 13, 2024 06:53

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New Yorkers prepare for ‘complicated travel’ amid fast-moving storm

The coastal storm, which is expected to bring strong winds and dump at least a foot of snow, has already led to school closures, with warnings also being issued against road travel and possible flight disruption.

Some of the highest snowfall was forecast for New York’s northern suburbs and southwest Connecticut, where snowfall of 12 to 15 inches was possible, according to the National Weather Service.

Wind gusts could reach 60 mph (100 km/h) off the coast of Massachusetts and 40 mph (65 km/h) in inland parts of southern New England.

“It will make traveling difficult tomorrow morning,” said Christina Speciale, a meteorologist with the weather service in Albany, New York.

“This is a fast-moving storm, so things should be resolved by tomorrow afternoon.”

Massachusetts Governor Maura Healey asked all non-essential executive branch employees not to report to work on Tuesday. Boston schools were closing and a parking ban was in effect. Similar closures and bans have been put in place in other cities and towns. Emergency services had equipment to help keep the roads clear.

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New Yorkers urged to avoid roads due to heavy snow

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New York authorities issue code blue for unhoused people

Ahead of tonight’s winter storm, New York City issued a “code blue,” meaning that shelters cannot turn away unhoused people seeking housing while that code is in effect.

New York City officials will also operate 24-hour shelters and recruit volunteers to contact vulnerable people and inform them of available resources.

Mike BediganFebruary 13, 2024 04:30

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Mayor of New York » “All our teams are ready” for snow

New York City Mayor Eric Adams reiterated his warnings for New Yorkers to stay off the roads unless necessary, in anticipation of heavy snow.

Mr. Adams said his office has been monitoring the forecast since last week and “all of our teams are ready.”

“Please avoid driving unless absolutely necessary, particularly during the morning commute. If you need to leave your home, please use public transportation,” he said.

Mike BediganFebruary 13, 2024 03:45

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SEE: Model of hourly snowfall rates forecast for Tuesday

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ICYMI: NYC officials prepare for winter storm

New York City officials prepare for impending winter storm

Mike BediganFebruary 13, 2024 02:00

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