February 7th – The National Weather Service issued a winter blizzard warning for parts of New York and New Jersey on the 6th.
Unlike last week’s winter storm “Oleine”, this time, the blizzard is expected to quickly cross the area.
It is reported that the winter storm warning will last until 9:00 p.m. from 6 a.m. local time on the 7th.
The blizzard is expected to arrive as early as the morning of the 7th local time, and reach the maximum snowfall in the afternoon, at which time will also produce snow.
Snowfall is expected to be about 10 to 20 centimeters, and may be as high as 25 centimeters.
If the temperature is higher than expected, it will turn into sleet weather, and the snow cover may decrease.
Snowfall is expected to be less in northern New York City, and by the evening of the 7th, the snow should end.
The weather on the 8th is expected to be dry and sunny, but the temperature will be very low.
The highest temperature is expected to be minus 6 degrees Celsius, and another blizzard may be held on the 9th.
The rest of the United States may also receive widespread snowfall.
The National Weather Service said on the 6th: “On the 7th, there is a high possibility of snowfall in southern New England, Washington, D.C., and downtown Baltimore, and then it will soon end that night.”
It is predicted that 30 centimeters of snow may be seen in parts of southern New England.