East Coast Weekend Storm apocalyptic

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    As the latest winter storm delivers a swath of snow reaching more than 1,500 miles at midweek, another snowstorm is being monitored for this weekend.

    The timing of the storm as it travels from the Rockies and Southwest is Saturday to Sunday over the Central states and Sunday to Monday in the East.

    The upcoming storm could be the most intense, and correspondingly the most disruptive, of the recent barrage especially as the storm nears and moves along the Atlantic coast.

    The storm would affect major hubs in the East, such as New York City, Philadelphia, Washington and Boston during next Monday's commute..........................

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    One scenario suggests the storm may develop into a blizzard as it nears the Atlantic Ocean. As a result, people from Virginia to Maine will need to watch this one carefully.

    If the storm develops to its full potential along the mid-Atlantic coast, it may deliver not only snowfall rates of several inches per hour to inland areas of the Northeast, but also strong winds.


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    fuck you weather
     
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    bring it on! I storm no one else!
     
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    Super Storm Orion-ado


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    Where is this from?
     
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    Plowed road after 1931 blizzard, western Kansas Across the border in Kansas
     
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    March blizzard in North Dakota, 1966.
     
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    These photos are incredible.
     
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    The 1972 Iran Blizzard, which caused approximately 4,000 deaths, was the deadliest blizzard in recorded history. Dropping as much as 10 to 26 feet of snow, it completely covered 200 villages. After a snowfall lasting nearly a week, an area the size of Wisconsin was entirely buried in snow.[SUP][6][/SUP]
     
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    On March 29, 1881, snowdrifts in Minnesota were higher than locomotives.
     
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    Boy, we've become such pussies over the years. We get six inches and everything stops.
     
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