To the waters and the wild.
With a faery, hand in hand,
For the world’s more full of weeping than you can understand.
WINTER STORM WARNING
THROUGH EARLY TUESDAY MORNING FOR NORTH CENTRAL AND NORTHEAST CONNECTICUTNORTHWEST RHODE ISLAND AS WELL AS THE NORTHERN AND WESTERN PORTION OF MASSACHUSETTS
Urgent - Winter Weather Message National Weather Service Taunton MA 905 AM EST Mon Feb 17 2003
2133 - Eastern Franklin MA - Eastern Hampden MA - Eastern Hampshire MA - Hartford CT - Northern Worcester MA - Northwest Providence RI - Southeast Middlesex MA - Southern Worcester MA - Tolland CT - Western Essex MA - Western Franklin MA - Western Hampden MA - Western Hampshire MA - Western Middlesex MA - Western Norfolk MA - Windham CT -
... Winter Storm Warning Through Early Tuesday Morning For North Central And Northeast Connecticut... Northwest Rhode Island As Well As The Northern And Western Portion Of Massachusetts...
This Warning Includes Hartford... Springfield... Worcester... Lowell And The Northwest Suburbs Of Providence.
Snow Will Fall Heavily At Times... Especially Between 1 PM And Midnight With Snowfall Rates Of 2 Inches Per Hour. Snow Will Diminish Late Tonight Or Tuesday Morning... Possibly As A Mix Of Sleet And Snow. Total Storm Accumulations Will Range Between 12 And 20 Inches From Willimantic To Woonsocket And Basically Between 15 And 25 Inches Elsewhere. The Heaviest Snowfall Will Tend To Be In The Hilly Terrain... Especially Along Interstate 84... The Hills Of Northwest Rhode Island As Well As Much Of Central And Western Massachusetts.
Heavy Snow Will Accumulate On Roadways And Significantly Hamper Travel. Some Secondary Roads May Be Impassable This Evening. Those That Have To Be Out On The Roads Will Need To Use Extreme Caution And Allow Plenty Of Extra Time.
The Heavy Snowfall Combined With Blowing And Drifting Will Result In Brief White - Out Conditions Across The Region. Travel Should Be Avoided Until Conditions Improve.
A Few Reports From Upstream Cities As Of 8 This Morning Are 23 Inches In Baltimore... 17 In Philadelphia And A Foot In New York City.