8 Mar 2018 – The snow caused at least 130 emergency school closures in Bradford, with about 120 closed in Wales, 60 in Lancashire and dozens more from Liverpool to Calderdale and beyond.
Forecasters warning of yet another nor’easter early next week.
6 to 11 inches for Mt Baker and Mt Rainier above 3,000 feet
Some of the more impressive snowfall totals:
More than two feet (60 cm) of heavy, wet snow has left more than 1 million utility customers from Maryland to Maine without power.
Member of the Cowlitz Indian Tribe warns that “the global climate is going to grow dangerously colder.”
“What a Magnetic Reversal Means for Earth ‘ – An interview with Ben Davidson from Suspicious0bservers.
“Classic shakedown” – “Nice companies ya got there. Sure’d be a shame if something was to happen to ‘em.”
Up to 18 inches (45 cm) of heavy wet snow from Pennsylvania to Maine will bring downed trees and limbs, widespread power outages, thousands of flight cancellations, and traffic nightmares.
Almost double previous record
The region began digging out yesterday from a blizzard that closed schools, canceled events and broke records.
The storm dumped 7 inches of snow on Yankton, a new record for March 6. The previous record of 4.2 inches was set in 1919.
Thanks to Clay Olson for this link