Skip to comments.St. Louis to DC, Philly: Major Travel-Disrupting Snow Looms
Posted on 03/01/2014 6:28:58 PM PST by george76
A storm crossing the country will create travel nightmares for millions from the Plains to the mid-Atlantic through Monday.
Snow will expand from the northern Rockies and central Plains to portions of the Midwest this weekend, reaching the Northeast and mid-Atlantic on Sunday through Monday.
Snowfall from the cross-country storm will exceed 1,500 miles on its journey. Along that journey, more than 6 inches of snow will occur
The heaviest snow is projected to be along the I-70 corridor from eastern Kansas to Pennsylvania on Sunday. Accumulating snow will also drop southward to the Texas Panhandle and northern Oklahoma.
Sunday night, the heaviest snow zone will stretch from the Ohio Valley to around the Mason-Dixon Line and the central coast of New Jersey Sunday night. On Monday, substantial snow and ice will center on the mid-Atlantic.
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Just what Philly needs.
Darn global warming!
Who’s F’n fault is it that the “public servant” gov’ts can’t keep the roads open?
Oh noes, it’s winter.
Four wheel drive with good snow tires is a nice feeling.
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