Here’s an updated forecast through Sunday, March 4. More than 3 ft (1 m) in places.
Thanks to Ryan for this link
“This article is reporting such extreme conditions I question whether it’s actually correct, extreme storms on each Coast, both cold, which is unusual to say the least,” says Ryan.
“If there’s 150 mph wind, that’s an equivalent to a Cat 4 hurricane.
“Winds among the skyscrapers of New York City are 80mph with snow, a blizzard, and a solid Category 1 strength. Why they don’t report it this way, I don’t know, it could certainly help people prepare and know what to expect, this is almost a stronger category than Hurricane Sandy (yet probably further offshore, which could help) Yesterday, they were hyping it as a boring storm with no snow along the coast, well, there’s snow in civilization central.”