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1 Feb 2013
Accuweather meteorologists are saying there could be a couple of winter storms in Feb/March in the northeast. "A couple of winter storms may impact the Northeast during February and March. The potential exists for snow along the I-95 corridor from Washington, D.C., to New York City and Boston. This is not unusual for the region, as Pastelok noted, "Typically, February to March is the season on the East Coast." Historically, some large winter storms such as the Blizzard of '93 have struck the East Coast during March." However, when I look at the extended forecast for my town through the end of February, the temperatures are in the 40's and 50's. If these temperatures could change to be cold enough for snow, why put such an extended forecast. Why not only 5 days in advance? I'm just saying the extended forecast conflicts with what the meterologists are saying for the remainder of our winter. Also, they predicted a winter with "above average snowfall" for our area which includes the I-95 corridor and we have hardly had any measurable snow this winter thusfar. We're waiting.....

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