Easter snow from Plains to New Jersey

Up to seven inches (18 cm) of snow is forecast for Easter Sunday for at least 13 states, including Montana, Wyoming, Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri, Wisconsin, Illinois, Iowa, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and maybe Long Island.

In Montana, the National Weather Service is warning ranchers that the incoming snow, cold and wind could impact newborn livestock

Snow should streak eastward from Wyoming and Nebraska through southern Iowa, northern Missouri and central Illinois on Easter Sunday, says Accuweather.com.

Large portions of interstates 29, 35, 70, 75, 80 and 95 lie in the path of the storm.

“The Monday morning commute could be filled with delays, especially along the Interstate-95 corridor from Baltimore through Philadelphia and possibly as far north as New York City,” according to AccuWeather Meteorologist Faith Eherts.






5 thoughts on “Easter snow from Plains to New Jersey”

  1. April 1st, 2018:
    Welcome to January! Now that the ice age is here, we will never see spring ever again. The new date for spring, if any, is now June 21st.

    This will be followed by a brief chilly spring into August followed by an early fall on Sept.22. Winter will start November 1st.

    • Do you have to repeat this on each and every post??
      Come with something new. What bases do you have for this prediction? We’re trying to be fair and give real info. It looks like you can’t wait to happen. It is not going to be pretty, so why are you so excited???

  2. In parts of the northeast the snow came a day later, this morning April 2nd.

    Many schools closed in southern Connecticut due to 5-8 inches of heavy snow.

    Spring break next week may be a ski holiday rather than baseball, golf, swimming etc.

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