Skip to comments.Up To A Foot of Snow in Store for Parts of Massachusetts by Monday.
Posted on 01/17/2010 8:49:23 AM PST by ohiobuckeye1997
A storm spreading locally heavy rain into the Northeast will meet colder air and allow for a treacherous wintry mix and snow to fall over portions of the region. Most of the accumulating snow will fall overnight into Monday morning.
The heaviest snow will thump over a small swathe from the Berkshire Mountains in northwestern Connecticut to southern New Hampshire and southeastern Maine. Six to twelve inches will fall in this corridor. Portland and Portsmouth are among the cities and towns that will be digging out from this much snow.
Lesser snowfall will reach southward into greater Boston through Springfield, Mass., and westward to the borders region of northern Pennsylvania and western New York state.
More mixing will keep amounts down across areas from the central Appalachians in West Virginia and central and northern Pennsylvania.
Motorists headed northward out of the big Eastern cities, especially bound for northern New England, will meet with snowcovered, hazardous roads and highways tonight into Monday.
IBT “This is a Democratic cheat to rob the people of MA the right to elect Brown!”
Let me guess, there’s a global-warming conference coming to town.
Well if the plow drivers are SEIU, who knows?
It would see to favor Brown, those busses full of homeless people and ACORN/SEIU thugs might not thru
Coakley needs a high DEM turnout, as Brown has rallied the Independents to his side.
roads should be cleared by Tuesday
As a resident of the snowiest part of MA, north central right along the MA/NH border, I can tell you it won't mean a thing.
Most of us here are ready to walk barefoot over hot coals studded with shards of glass to vote Brown on Tuesday!
Let’s pray the storms continue and that Tuesday is simply to nasty a day for liberal progressives and useful idiots to vote.
Conservatives will usually crawl on their hands and knees to get to the polling place. If its raining or snowing, a lot of Rats will look out the window and then roll back into bed.
There’s a lot of real anger being voiced by the folks in Massachusetts. I suspect the weather will favor the Republican.
I'm thinking that would be Scott Brown.
Mmm! Mmm! Mmm!
I’d say it’s good for Brown. Snow isn’t a panic to real MA people.
Is The Goracle coming in to town to vote early and often?
“Anyone in MA have ideas on how this might affect turnout?”
IMO, I think the absentee ballot may become an issue.
Wink wink....just another reason if you know someone in MA to make sure they vote.
People in the northeast are used to this type weather, and 6-12 inches of snow, the day before, wouldnt stop anyone from doing anything. It probably wouldnt stop them if it snowed on tuesday, either.
It's not likely to help it.
Eight to ten inches? It means we might have to wear jackets and hats. All of my neighbors are so excited to vote for Brown in this election, the snow won’t make a difference. We’re all just making sure the Seniors have rides.
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