Christmas ‘Bomb Cyclone’ Set To Dump A Foot Of Snow Over Northeast

A winter storm system could dump about a foot of snow over large swaths of the northeastern U.S. on Christmas Day, according to weather forecasts.

The incoming “bomb cyclone” is good news for those who love a White Christmas, but not good news for the millions of people set to travel for the holidays. Travelers across the region can expect slippery roads and reduced visibility.

Weather forecasts show a stretch of foot-deep snowfall across New England and upstate New York, according to Weather.us meteorologist Ryan Maue. Meanwhile, the Northeast storm could merge with a storm brewing over the Great Lakes region, meaning more wintery weather.

Maue had been watching the storm’s movement for hours, cautioning that a storm’s forecasted trajectory can change, shifting the lines of rain and snow.

Northeasterners can expect precipitation to start falling late at night on Christmas Eve, and continue into Christmas Day.

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    Spurwing Plover

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    Here’s hoping Leonardo DiCaprio and Al Bore get marooned together at Gores Private Airport when their Leer or Gulf Stream is grounded or John Travolta’s 707 skids off the runway

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    Sonnyhill

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    We’re jumping on weather forecasts?

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