“New England Braces for Potentially Historic Nor’easter with Up to 12 Inches of Snow and Gusty Winds”

New England Prepares for Upcoming Nor’easter

As New England prepares for another winter storm, residents are stocking up on supplies and making necessary preparations. The storm, which is expected to arrive on Monday, is predicted to bring heavy snow and gusty winds to parts of the region.

The National Weather Service has issued winter storm warnings and advisories for several states, including Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island. The storm is expected to produce at least 12 inches of heavy, wet snow in some areas, which could cause travel disruptions and power outages.

In Massachusetts, officials have released seven snow maps to help residents navigate the storm. The maps show predicted snowfall amounts and timing for different parts of the state.

In Rhode Island, Governor Gina Raimondo has declared a state of emergency and ordered all state offices closed on Monday. The state is also opening warming centers for residents who may lose power or need shelter during the storm.

Meanwhile, residents in New Hampshire are preparing for the possibility of nearly a foot of snow and gusts of up to 50 mph. Officials are warning residents to stay off the roads if possible and avoid any unnecessary travel.

The storm is expected to last through Tuesday and could cause significant disruptions to daily life for many residents. However, authorities are reminding residents to stay safe and prepared during this challenging time.