- The Washington Times - Monday, February 2, 2015

Winter’s knocking, and the Northeast is buckling down for yet another big dump of snow that’s moving slowing from the Plains and the Midwest toward points east.

Blizzard conditions in Chicago — which had more than a foot of snow — are heading right toward Pennsylvania and western New York, The Associated Press reported. And much of New England, where residents are still digging out from last week’s storm, are bracing for yet another dump of snow.

“It’s not wise to travel unless you have an emergency,” said David Beachler, a National Weather Service meteorologist from the Chicago area, AP said.

Forecasters predict between 10 and 16 inches for spots in the Northeast throughout Monday.

 



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