The storm is expected to last through Wednesday.
A spring nor’easter swept through the Northeast on Tuesday, dumping more than two feet of snow on parts of New York, spreading along the coast from Pennsylvania to Massachusetts and disrupting travel around the region.
The storm started on Tuesday morning and is expected to last until Wednesday The weather channel. The designation as a nor’easter indicates a strong area of low pressure along the East Coast, and may develop into a bomb storm as it strengthens off the East Coast by Wednesday morning.
In some areas, heavy snow fell at a rate of nearly 2.5 inches per hour. According to the National Weather Service in AlbanyUp to 28 inches registered Tuesday afternoon in parts of eastern Massachusetts. An additional six to 12 inches is forecast as the snow is expected to continue falling overnight. According to the NWS Weather Forecast Center.
The snowy conditions caused travel disruptions, contributing to more than 3,300 delays in, in or out of the United States on Tuesday, according to flight tracker FlyHour. In addition, more than 990 flights were cancelled.
On the East Coast, New York’s LaGuardia Airport saw the worst delays, delaying 30 percent of flights to or from the airport.
Several airlines also issued travel alerts, prompting passengers to make changes and leave change fees and fare differences, including Delta Air Lines, United Airlines, American Airlines, Southwest Airlines and JetBlue.
In New York, Governor Kathy Hochul announced A state of emergency has been issued and motorists have been warned to stay off the roads.
“Hazardous conditions will continue in most parts of the state as snow and blowing winds continue,” Hochul said. He tweeted.. Please continue to stay home and off the road so our workers can farm.
As a silver lining, East Coast ski resorts with warmer climates and less snow this season have embraced inventory, like Windham Mountain in New York’s Catskills, which has finally opened 100 percent of its terrain.
“Climbing like a sheep and a lion – that’s winter 22/23 in a nutshell,” the mountain wrote in its snow report on Tuesday. “We’ve had nearly 20 inches of snow in the last 24 hours…with no signs of stopping in sight, it’s going to be a fantastic week for powder skiing and riding.
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