Winter storm could delay flights and cause power outages.

Winter storm could delay flights and cause power outages.

A storm that started in the Midwest could bring up to 2 feet of snow to the Northeast. The storm has the potential to cause power outages, flight cancellations and delays. Some areas have the potential for freezing rain and sub-zero windchill.

Stephen 1 year

Gotta love that Global Warm-, I mean, Man Made Climate Change.

mawfu 1 year

Insert dumb climate comment here.

TheWeakMinded 1 year

ya know, they told me to expect 16 inches here a few days ago, hows that panned out? an incher or 2 of melted garbage

Miles O'Brien
Miles O'Brien 1 year


Ya Boi PI
Ya Boi PI 1 year

i live in the middle of this area. its currently around 20F (which is normal for this time of year.) and we have about 4in of snow.

T3hGladiator 1 year

"Threatens" is a strong word for snow.... I mean, it's not like a hurricane, and if you're not prepared for a few days without power just in case in snowy regions, I don't know what to tell ya.

J Fluoride
J Fluoride 1 year

I live in North Carolina and like a month ago we had a monster snow throughout the south east. The crazy thing is that it came from the Pacific. That's something that never happens. Within the first 24 hours we had 15 inches here. The last few years we have had the craziest and most destructive weather patterns. From hurricanes to snow storms. In the last month we have had 4 earth quakes here in West N.C. They were small like 2.2 and about 2 to 3 miles deep. The thing is, we never have anything like that and the media doesn't cover any of it. My point is that the geoengineering stuff is really messing us up. Causing property damage and people are getting harmed and killed. Plus the amounts of wildfires There needs to be more exposure. 20 years ago nothing like this was going on.

Collin Stanfield
Collin Stanfield 1 year

Time to go sledding.

Judi Em
Judi Em 1 year

Yup. Could do that.... Good thing the news outlets figured that out for us.

NPC #9273635
NPC #9273635 1 year

-45 C here bud

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