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The Day After Tomorrow the day after tomorrow
Unforgiving cold has punished the eastern third of the United States for the past 10 days, but the most severe winter weather yet will assault the area late this week. The storm's enormous circulation will help draw several lobes of the polar vortex, the zone of frigid air encircling the North Pole, over the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast by Friday and Saturday. Wicked cold air sourced from Siberia, the North Pole and Greenland will all converge on the region.
By: dave
Wednesday, Jan 3rd 2018 (12:00am) | Thanks: Sunny
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spam_vigilante From: spam_vigilante Ignore me at your own peril
Date: 1/4/18 @ 08:30 AM
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It's comical to follow the forecasts. Obviously, there are several models being run and not enough weather stations taking measurements.

On Tuesday, the Weather Channel predicted 10-12" of snow for the greater New York City area.

On Wednesday, they were reporting accumulations of one to two inches.

I woke up this morning to find the latest revision of four to six inches by 1am tonight.

I look out my window now and see less than two inches, but the high winds have the falling snow mostly moving horizontally. It's like a whiteout.

My uninformed opinion? By tomorrow morning, the winds will have some snow drifts ten feet high and other areas of the ground completely bare.

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