Brrr… New York City Expecting Earliest Significant Snowfall Since Civil War
It must be
global warming climate change.
New York City is expecting its earliest snow storm since the Civil War.
The Daily Mail reported:
The North East is bracing for a chilling Halloween weekend as 60 million people are expected to be hit by snowstorms.
New England has already been struck by a very early snowstorm, while this weekend looks set to see huge amounts of sleet and snow covering the North East, invariably causing power outages and travel chaos.
Low pressure will track up the East Coast on Saturday possibly bringing significant amounts of the white stuff across the tri-state area, Pennsylvania and New England.
New York has received measurable snow before Halloween only three times since 1869 – and never more than one inch, which is what some experts are predicting.
Likely to see the most snow will be the Massachusetts Berkshires, the Litchfield Hills in northwestern Connecticut, southwestern New Hampshire and the southern Green Mountains.
In Connecticut, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy warned residents that they could lose power due to the anticipated wet, heavy snow.