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Major Snowstorm and Likely Blizzard Conditions for Northeast Monday and Tuesday (Jan 26-27 2015)

Major Snowstorm and Likely Blizzard Conditions for Northeast Monday and Tuesday (Jan 26-27 2015). Graphic show areas expecting 2 inches of snow (light green) up to 2 feet of snow (bright red)

Major Snowstorm and Likely Blizzard Conditions for Northeast Monday and Tuesday (Jan 26-27 2015). Graphic show areas expecting 2 inches of snow (light green) up to 2 feet of snow (bright red)

A major snowstorm is forecast to hit the Northeast Monday (Jan 26, 2015) and Tuesday (Jan 27, 2015) and many areas could experience blizzard conditions with a foot or more of snow.   Significant snow amounts are also expected as far south as northern suburbs of Washington DC.

Winter storm watches, advisories, and warnings are posted from Washington DC north along the I-95 corridor  (current conditions and alerts for Baltimore, MD) to Boston MA north (current conditions and alerts for Boston, MA).  Blizzard conditions and highest snow accumulations of up to 2 feet expected near Boston. See map for full extent of storm and locations of greatest snow amounts.

PREPARE: This is a major winter storm event and worth preparing for.  Now is the time to check your supplies and adjust travel plans.

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