A powerful storm system could either slam New England with heavy snow on Tuesday night or turn out to be no big deal, based on an alert from the National Weather Service on Monday.
The amount of precipitation is in question due to the high variability in computer models showing the storm’s track, the weather service said.
Snow or not, the weather service says that spring is definitely on hold for the next few days. Cold and windy conditions are certain along the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast coasts on Wednesday morning with temperatures 10 to 20 degrees below normal already affecting much of the eastern U.S. coast on Monday.
Here’s the potential snow forecast. The New York area could get a few inches:
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