Story Highlights Stella will bring heavy snow and strong winds to the Northeast through Tuesday. Blizzard conditions are possible in some areas, and many roads could become impassable. Strong winds may cause power outages and tree damage in parts of the Northeast. Higher-than-average tides may lead to coastal erosion Tuesday and Tuesday night. Winter Storm Stella’s main event is underway as blizzard warnings cover parts of eight states in the Northeast, including New York City. Stella will hammer the region through Tuesday with more than a foot of snow and strong winds, leading to major travel disruptions at airports and on roadways. (MORE: How Winter Storms Are Named | Winter Storm Central) This major

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Story Highlights Stella will bring heavy snow and strong winds to the Northeast through Tuesday. Blizzard conditions are possible in some areas, and many roads could become impassable. Strong winds may cause power outages and tree damage in parts of the Northeast. Higher-than-average tides may lead to coastal erosion Tuesday and Tuesday night. Winter Storm Stella’s main event is underway as blizzard warnings cover parts of eight states in the Northeast, including New York City. Stella will hammer the region through Tuesday with more than a foot of snow and strong winds, leading to major travel disruptions at airports and on roadways. (MORE: How Winter Storms Are Named | Winter Storm Central) This major

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The National Weather Service in State College, Pennsylvania is expecting over 24″ of thick snow through Wednesday night. This is part fo the massive winter storm that will be effecting the North Eastern part of the United States. Snowfall rates will exceed 1-2″ per hour overnight making it very difficult for road crews to keep roads clear. This NCAR model shows high probabilities of heavy snow in East/Central PA through the morning rush tomorrow. (Images are 2am-12pm)

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The National Weather Service in State College, Pennsylvania is expecting over 24″ of thick snow through Wednesday night. This is part fo the massive winter storm that will be effecting the North Eastern part of the United States. Snowfall rates will exceed 1-2″ per hour overnight making it very difficult for road crews to keep roads clear. This NCAR model shows high probabilities of heavy snow in East/Central PA through the morning rush tomorrow. (Images are 2am-12pm)

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Little changes were made to the forecast from the last update. Expect the heavy snow to start after midnight in most areas. But this will not last very long outside the ridges. Once the coastal low matures and becomes the parent low pressure system, expect the flow to change quickly over the Pittsburgh region with the combination of the upper level disturbance forecast to shift over the region. With this change, enhanced snow showers and snow bands are expected to set up across the area. These snow bands can impact parts of the late Tuesday morning commute as well as the Tuesday evening commute. Don’t be surprised if these snow bands

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Little changes were made to the forecast from the last update. Expect the heavy snow to start after midnight in most areas. But this will not last very long outside the ridges. Once the coastal low matures and becomes the parent low pressure system, expect the flow to change quickly over the Pittsburgh region with the combination of the upper level disturbance forecast to shift over the region. With this change, enhanced snow showers and snow bands are expected to set up across the area. These snow bands can impact parts of the late Tuesday morning commute as well as the Tuesday evening commute. Don’t be surprised if these snow bands

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