The East Coast is getting an unseasonal record breaking snow storm this Halloween weekend. Which should be a damn good thing for Eastern ski resorts. East Coast Getting HAMMERED with Snow | 1.7 Million People Without Power | Unofficial Networks

East Coast Getting HAMMERED with Snow | 1.7 Million People Without Power

East Coast Getting HAMMERED with Snow | 1.7 Million People Without Power

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East Coast Getting HAMMERED with Snow | 1.7 Million People Without Power

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The East Coast is getting an unseasonal record breaking snow storm this Halloween weekend.  Which should be a damn good thing for Eastern ski resorts.

Halloween Weekend Nor Easter:

– 1,000+ flight cancelations

– 1.7 million people without power

– Over a foot of snow in spots

– Record October snow in NYC’s Central Park at 1.3″

– 45 mph wind gust forecasted along with downed trees and power lines

” In New York City, an encampment of several hundred members of the Occupy Wall Street movement protesting U.S. economic inequalities hunkered down in tents against wind, rain, sleet and snow.” –reuters.com

Snow Totals by East Coast Locale:

Connecticut

–Shelton: 6.8 inches

–Bridgeport: 2.5 inches

New York

–Yonkers: 4.0 inches

–Harriman: 8.3 inches

Pennsylvania

–Laurel Summit: 12.2 inches

–Blue Knob: 12.0 inches

–Ogletown: 10.5 inches

–Somerset: 7.7 inches

–Markleysburg: 7.0 inches

–Shippensburg: 6.5 inches

–Donegal: 6.0 inches

–Kutztown: 5.5 inches

–York Springs: 7.0 inches

–Robertsdale: 10.0 inches

–Westmont: 10.2 inches

New Jersey

–West Milford: 12.5 inches

–Ridgefield: 4.0 inches

–High Bridge: 2.7 inches

–Newark: 3.8 inches

Maryland

–Frostburg: 9.5 inches

–Near Eckhard Mines: 9.0 inches

–Eldersburg: 6.3 inches

–Near Woodland: 7.0 inches

West Virginia

–Terra Alta: 10.0 inches, with trees and power lines down throughout the county

–Lost River: 8.5 inches

–Near Bloomery: 8.0 inches

–Kingwood: 5.0 inches

–Near Kline Gap: 6.0 inches

–Near Cherry Grove: 4.0 inches

Virginia

–Near Front Royal: 5.0 inches

–Near Massanutten: 4.0 inches

–Near Churchville: 3.2 inches

 

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