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Historic snowfall headed for entire

Northeast I-95 corridor



A "major," "paralyzing" event

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4 Feb 10 - The National Weather Service in Sterling, Virginia has posted winter storm warnings from the Chesapeake west to Allegany County, says this article in the Baltimore Sun. The forecast calls for 16 to 24 inches of snow for the Baltimore area.

The first flakes, expected sometime Friday morning, are likely to continue through Friday night, all day Saturday and into Saturday evening.

"If the forecasters at Sterling are right, this snow will rival the 21-inch storm that struck just before Christmas. Although we have had more snow in a single season before, neither Sterling  nor I could find any examples of two 20-plus inch snowstorms striking Baltimore in a single winter season since they started keeping snow records here in 1883 (italics added)," says reporter Frank Roylance.

Accuweather.com forecasts a "major," "paralyzing" event, leading to yet another snowstorm on Tuesday.

Mr. Foot forecasts "an historic and extremely heavy wet snowfall" across the entire Northeast I-95 corridor from Virginia to southern New England.

See entire article by Frank Roylance:
http://weblogs.marylandweather.com/2010/02/new_nws_snow_estimates_16_to_2.html
Thanks to Jim Glore for this link


 



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