A major storm is expected to wallop the East Coast by Friday, with heavy snowfall anticipated and possible blizzard conditions, according to USA Today. The incoming storm could be the first in 13 years to drop more than a foot of snow across the entire Northeast megalopolis, Weather.com reports.
In the meantime, cold temperatures are putting the freeze on parts of the Midwest, the mid-Atlantic and the Northeast. “Temperatures will remain in the single digits and teens across much of this region on Tuesday,” the National Weather Service notes. “Wind chill values are expected to drop below zero in many of these locations.” More like Netflix and wind chill, right?
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