March is truly coming in like a lion!
After a devastating Nor'easter battered the coast of the Northeast this past weekend, it looks like we're in for another Nor'easter.
New Englanders on the coast who were severely impacted by the last storm will barely have enough time to clean up before Wednesday's major storm hits.
More than 33 million people are now under a Winter Storm Watch ahead of Wednesday's storm.
The saving grace with this upcoming storm is that the winds will not be quite as strong as this past weekend's storm. Wednesday's storm is being set up to be a classic Nor'easter. Heavy snow is expected to envelop the region starting Wednesday morning, continuing into Thursday morning.
Areas are still reeling from this past weekend's storm. More than 7 people were killed by fallen trees, and more than 215,000 people are still without power.
Train service between Boston and Washington DC will resume on Monday morning. High tide is expected to impact the region early Monday morning.
Meteorologists are continuing to monitor Wednesday's storm. Some say if the Mb goes below a certain number, we could be looking at the 3rd "bombogenesis" of 2018. They do say it will be unlikely.
Expected snowfall amounts are still being worked out. In my region, they are forecasting at least 6 inches. The Weather Channel is saying close to a foot. I'm sure the details will be ironed out in the next 24 hours, as we get closer to Wednesday. Tune into your local news for updates!
Fellow New Englanders, you know what to do: Bread, Milk, Eggs, etc! You know how we roll! LOL!