An intense snowstorm in the northeast ended the “spring-like weather” that the people enjoyed reminding them that winter wasn’t over.
AccuWeather forecasted some twelve to eighteen inches of snow across north-western Massachusetts, southern New Hampshire, and southern Vermont. “Some 18 million people in the Northeast were under some form of winter weather alert as of Friday morning,” said NWS.
NWS warned of the winter storm in eastern New York and New England.
During snowstorms, people need to stay indoors to prevent accidents on the roads caused by icy and visibility problems. Governors of the warned states urged people to avoid using the roads unless they had to. Connecticut and Massachusetts advised nonessential state workers to stay indoors.
“If you must travel, keep an extra flashlight, food, and water in your vehicle in case of an emergency.” Advised the weather service.
Hundreds of flights in the airports were canceled, with the highest canceled flights being at “Boston’s logan international Airport.” Law enforcers reported several cars involved in crashes on the roads on Friday.
It is not the first time such accidents occurred. During such conditions, some road accidents are fatal and leave people dead. The lack of visibility majorly causes it due to the snow.
According to the forecasters, they reported that “Around New York City, warm air to the south will win the war on Friday with rain for much of the area, after sleet and freezing rain fell on Thursday night,”
However, the ski parts in “New England.” appreciated the snow. “Mother Nature is officially confused as to how to spend her time, but she seems to have a great short-term plan for now,” according to “mad river glen ski area” in Vermont.
“Gusty and cold winds are expected on some of the states on Monday,” it is according to Accu weather.