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R U Ready 4 Nor'Easter #3 in 11 days? Nor'Easter Parade 2018

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This wave after wave after wave situation just keeps on getting more interesting with all of these winter hurricanes crashing on North Atlantic East Coast USA shores.

God bless everyone,


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article on the situation


Winter Storm Skylar Will Become the Third Nor'easter in 11 Days to Hammer New England Tuesday With Heavy Snow, High Winds

Story Highlights
A high-impact nor'easter is likely in coastal New England.

The biggest impacts in New England will occur Tuesday morning through evening.

More than a foot of snow is possible from eastern Massachusetts to coastal Maine.

Wind gusts of 60-plus mph are possible from eastern Massachusetts to coastal Maine.

Blizzard conditions are expected in parts of eastern Massachusetts.

Minor coastal flooding and erosion are likely in areas recently impacted by coastal storms.

Tuesday morning commutes in coastal southeastern New England may be dangerous.

Winter Storm Skylar is beginning to turn its fury on the Northeast, bringing heavy snow, more damaging winds, potential blizzard conditions and more coastal flooding to New England, making it the third nor'easter to hammer the region this month.

Forecast model guidance has now come into better agreement on a potent nor'easter that will likely undergo rapid intensification known as bombogenesis.

Winter Storm Skylar's low-pressure center is intensifying rapidly off the East Coast. Into Tuesday morning, snow will spread across eastern Pennsylvania, New Jersey, central and eastern New York and most of New England, except northern Maine.

Snow will become heavy in southern New England and could mix with rain at times in far southeastern Massachusetts. Winds will also intensify quickly in southern New England by early Tuesday.

Snow was seen sticking to roads in Raleigh, North Carolina, and Richmond, Virginia, Monday afternoon and early-evening, leading to a slick commute.

Accumulating snow was observed as far east as Virginia Beach, Norfolk, Virginia, and eastern North Carolina Monday evening.

Roads were slick in Greensboro, North Carolina, midday Monday, causing at least one car to slide off the road.

In West Virginia, snowfall rates of 3 inches per hour were measured in Camden-on-Gauley and Summersville. Calvin, West Virginia, had picked up 18 inches of snow through Monday morning.

Winter Alerts
In the Northeast, blizzard warnings are now posted in portions of eastern Massachusetts, including areas north and south of Boston, Cape Cod and Martha's Vineyard. The blizzard warning does not include downtown Boston.

Winter storm warnings have been hoisted by the National Weather Service in much of New England through Tuesday night or Wednesday, including Boston, Hartford, Providence and Portland, Maine.

Moderate to heavy snow will be found in parts of eastern New England.
Blizzard conditions are possible, including significant reductions in visibility for the Tuesday morning commute in eastern Massachusetts, and may linger into the Tuesday evening commute in parts of coastal Maine and far southeastern Massachusetts.
Wind gusts up to 60 mph or locally higher are possible Tuesday morning along the Massachusetts coast and nearby islands.
Snow may linger through the first half of Tuesday as far south as the New York City metro and Long Island.
Snow showers may also dust parts of the interior Northeast and Great Lakes behind the storm system.
By Tuesday night, the heaviest snow will likely be in northern New England, particularly Maine.
Snow may linger through the interior Northeast, particularly over upstate New York and northern New England, into Wednesday.

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