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
Historic snow and cold for Britain and Ireland
“No one telling the truth to the Romanian citizen.”
“No doubt the Warmists will conflate this to ‘an expected consequence of warming’.” – Scott Kane
Localized amounts up to 20 inches (50 cm) – Snowfall rates of 1 to 2 inches per hour or greater
Winter storm watch for 33 million people – Heavy wet snow to hit areas still cleaning up from last week’s nor’easter.
The Island’s potato growers are struggling after heavy rain and then sub-zero temperatures delayed planting of Jersey’s biggest agricultural export.
2 Mar 2018 – More than 3 feet of new snow in the Sierra and strong winds temporarily shut down Interstate 80 on Friday.
Heavy wet snow sent tree limbs crashing down and left more than 100,000 customers without power across upstate New York.