Yes, Snow’s Expected in Northeastern U.S.
Wintry weather was set to make a comeback with as much as a foot or more of snow on the way in the northeastern United States yesterday, while other parts of New England faced the threat of flooding.
After a relatively mild winter, winter-storm warnings were in effect in parts of Pennsylvania and New York for last night through Wednesday. Heavy snow was expected to start falling last night with up to 14 inches possible, potentially causing downed trees and power failures, according to the National Weather Service.
“In the Northeast, the year without a winter began with a freak snowstorm in late October, and it seems it will end with one during the second half of April,” AccuWeather forecaster Alex Sosnowski said.