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OH SNOW! Here We Go Again! What’s Kevin Got To Say About It?

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Feb 142015
 

A Blizzard Warning is in effect, and today is not the worst we will see.

Here’s what Orange Live’s long-time weather buddy Kevin Arnone has to say about it. [Come on WTNH, put this man on air!]

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Blizzard Warning Issued

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Jan 262015
 

Blizzard Warning 2013The latest from the National Weather Service, Blizzard Warning remains in effect until midnight Tuesday night.

“Crippling and potentially historic blizzard will impact the area into Tuesday,” the NWS announced.

Much of the report mirrors what Orange Live published yesterday.

• Heavy Snow and blowing snow with blizzard conditions.

• Accumulations of 20 – 30 Inches with locally higher amounts.

• Snowfall rates 2-4 inches per hour late tonight into Tuesday morning.

• Northerly winds 20 – 30 mph with gusts up to 50-60 mph.

• Visibility of 1/4 mile or less at times.

• Temperatures in low to mid 20s.

• Accumulations of up to 4 inches by sunset. Snow will pick up in intensity tonight with the heaviest snowfall and strongest winds from around midnight into Tuesday afternoon.

• Life threatening conditions and extremely dangerous travel due to heavy snowfall and strong winds with whiteout conditions. Many roads may become impassable and strong winds my down power lines and tree limbs.

• Do not travel, but if you must travel, have a winter survival kit with you. If you get stranded, stay with your vehicle. All unnecessary travel is discouraged beginning Monday afternoon to allow people already on the road to safely reach their destinations before the heavy snow begins and to allow snow removal equipment to clear the roads.

• A travel ban is in effect beginning at 9 p.m. per the governor, so aside from police, emergency crews and snow removal crews, no one is allowed on the roads until the ban is lifted.

 

Blizzard Warning: What to Expect

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Jan 252015
 

blizzard+snow+plowFrom the NOAA:

A Blizzard Warning remains in effect from 1 p.m. Monday to Midnight Tuesday night.

Expect heavy, blowing snow with blizzard conditions, snowfall rates of 2 to 4 inches per hour with a total accumulation of 20-30 inches, late Monday night into Tuesday morning. Visibility of 1/4 mile or less at times.

Northerly winds of 30-40 mph with gusts of 55-65 mph. Temperatures in the lower 20s.

Light snowfall will begin Monday morning with accumulations of 1 to 3 inches possibly by the evening rush. Snow will pick up in intensity Monday evening with the heaviest snow and strongest winds from about midnight Monday into Tuesday afternoon.

Life threatening conditions and extremely dangerous travel due to heavy snowfall and strong winds with whiteout conditions. Secondary and tertiary roads may become impassable.

Strong winds may down power lines and tree limbs. Snow drifts could be 4-6 feet.

Do not travel. If you MUST travel, have a winter survival kit with you. If you get stranded, stay with your vehicle. All unnecessary travel is discouraged beginning Monday afternoon to allow people already on the road to safely reach their destinations before the heaviest snow begins and to allow snow removal equipment to clear roads.

 

Kevin Arnone, He’s Still Got Our Back! — Blizzard News

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Jan 252015
 

Meteorologist Kevin Arnone

Meteorologist Kevin Arnone

Meteorologist Kevin Arnone was Orange Live’s own personal weather expert for a couple of years, but now he is a big part of the WTNH family.

Although they don’t give him much face time, you can see Kevin’s weather stories on WXEdge.

Here’s what he has to say about the impending snowstorm.