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Wintry Weather to Start the Week in the Northeast

23 Mar 2020, 7:00 am

A late season winter storm is moving into New England to start the week with areas of heavy snow.  Accumulations of 2” to 6” are likely for the Winter Weather Advisory region. Snowfall totals of 6″ to 10″ are possible for areas under Winter Storm Warnings.

Here’s the timing of the storm expected to drop in the Northeast today (Monday).  Snow should be heaviest during the afternoon (Monday) into Tuesday morning before it’s fully out to sea.

Some of the latest information has snow totals on the lower end around a range of 2” to 6” but upwards of a 6” to 10” range on the higher end for some of the mountains.

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Chris doesn't remember a time when that he didn't love the weather. When he was five years old, he wrote his first words, "Partly cloudy", in Ms. Benn's kindergarten class. According to Chris, it's been a love affair ever since, from teaching himself how to read forecast models at age 12, to landing at WeatherNation. Growing up in Greenwich, Connecticut, he started to go after his lifelong drea... Load Morem of becoming a meteorologist by predicting whether or not there would be snow days - turning him into Greenwich High School's "defacto weatherman". He turned that snow day-predicting website into a front page story a local newspaper, which in turn earned him a look at WABC-TV in New York, where Chris did the weather live on-air at the age of 16. He attended Boston University, where he continued being a "weather nerd", performing weather updates on the campus radio and TV stations, and doing the daily forecasts for the student newspaper. Following his studies at BU, Chris worked at Mile High Sports and ESPN Denver for four years while pursuing his certification in Broadcast Meteorology from Mississippi State University. Chris is a huge sports fan, rooting for the Rockies, Nuggets, Broncos, Avalanche and UConn. He frequently find links between sports and weather, including an investigative analysis he did in 2013, finding trends between Peyton Manning's play and game time temperature (he doesn't like the cold). Chris also enjoys running, playing any sport, socializing and periodically overeating at all-you-can-eat buffets.

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