Northeast region seems to have been badly hit by massive winter storm and blizzard. The heavy snowfall at this time of the year seems to have brought the Michigan to a complete halt, crippling almost the entire state.
Winter Storm Stella is behind the snowfall, the highest totals so far. Reports indicate that more snow may be in store and there are chances that this may break many previous records over the last one decade.
In the meantime a report in Mlive says, Snowfall totals by 8 a.m. Monday, March 13, 2017 show snow just starting in eastern Lower Michigan. Western Lower Michigan will already have an inch or two of snow by Monday morning’s commute.
But the good news is the fact that the snow will not last very long. Reports suggest that the snow should be over early Tuesday morning on the west side of the state, and winding down by midday on the east side of the state as well.
Meanwhile there will be substantial snowfall in New England too. Total snowfall forecasts for the Northeast show 12 to 18 inches of snow possible by the end of the storm. Powerful winds will make travelling a risky affair. Weathermen claim that winds are also expected to gust over 50 mph. Blizzard conditions are likely in parts of New England. So stay indoors and enjoy the snowing.
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