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'Juno' What's Coming? About Two Feet Of Snow!

Jan 26, 2015 01:00AM ● By Bill Gilman

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Forecasters are calling for as much as two feet of snow to blanket the Tewksbury and the rest of the Merrimack Valley, as Winter Storm Juno makes it way across the region over the next 48 hours.
The National Weather Service has issued a Blizzard Warning starting at 7 p.m. Monday and continuing through 1 a.m. Wednesday. According to the NWS, the worst of the storm is expected late Monday night through Tuesday afternoon.
At the height of the storm, snowfall will be heavy and wet, with sustained winds of 30-40 MPH and gusts of 60-70 MPH. Significant drifting is expected, along with downed tree limbs and power lines, with the potential for widespread power outages.
The storm is expected to create treacherous driving conditions with visibility near zero.
All unnecessary travel is discouraged, beginning Monday afternoon.
National Grid has issued an alert, reminding customers to stay away from downed electrical wires and always assume they are live. To report a wire down or a power outage, call National Grid at 1-800-465-1212.
Tewksbury residents are reminded that a parking ban is in effect and cars parked on the street will be towed in order to allow for the plows to clear the streets.
Check back with Your Tewksbury Today for the latest storm and emergency information.


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