Some Roads Clear, Power On, But New Storm Lurks

Lakewood_day_after_massive_storm-town_squareAs the Shore enjoyed sunny skies and relatively balmy temperatures Thursday, roads were plowed and electricity restored to most customers left in the dark — but a quick return to normal remained doubtful as the prospect of more snow Monday loomed. A storm front that will form over the northern Rocky Mountains late Friday will track east and move into the area Sunday night, said Kristin Kline, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service. “The system at this time doesn’t look to be as intense as the last couple of systems,” Kline said. Kline said the service does not have potential accumulation figures yet because “it’s still kind of iffy.” However, as of Thursday afternoon the Shore had a 30 percent chance of snow Sunday and a 40 percent chance of snow on Monday. Read full article in APP.

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5 COMMENTS

  1. Here we go again boys………………..
    Bash PW
    Complain about your needs
    Whine about streets and mother nature
    Ask about garbage pickup
    Ask Hershel about to fix this and that
    No more taxes
    Want want want

  2. #2 – I agree its time to do Teshuva, but what does that have to do with the possibility that we may get more snow. In other words what does snow have with Teshuvah?

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