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January 12, 2008

Significant Snow For Parts Of Northeast By Monday: 8 to 9 inches of snow for Boston forecast; Nor’easter threatens I-95; Up to 8 inches of snow possible in parts of New York City, New Jersey; Snow, and rumors of snow in Maryland; Downstate Indiana braces for flooding; Receding flood waters offer little respite in Illinois; Weather Channel Interactive introduces new weather mapplet for Google Maps; Road accidents in U.K. flood aftermath; Mercury chases the sunset

Significant Snow For Parts Of Northeast By Monday: 8 to 9 inches of snow for Boston forecast | Nor’easter threatens I-95 | Boston forecast, regional radar loop and weather images/live webcams

Up to 8 inches of snow possible in parts of New York City, New Jersey | NYC forecast, regional radar loop and weather images/live webcams

Other cities affected: Hartford [Forecast | Weather/webcam images] and Providence [Forecast | Weather/webcam images] | Regional radar loop

Snow, and rumors of snow in Maryland

Other Weather News: Downstate Indiana braces for flooding: Indiana weather/webcam images | Receding flood waters offer little respite in Illinois: Illinois weather/webcam images

Weather Channel Interactive introduces new weather mapplet for Google Maps

World Weather: Road accidents in U.K. flood aftermath: London area weather/webcam images

Space Views: Astronomy Picture of the Day: Mercury chases the sunset

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  1. ken says:

    When will the weather – talking heads stop inciting panic with their misinterpretations of the weather and then claiming doom is at hand!?

    Here in central Connecticut they were all on about the 14″ of snow we’d be getting “slammed” with (and other such adjectives).

    All in all, we’re lucky if there are 4″ of snow on the ground. Someone must step up and make these knuckleheads take a measured approach. It’s only snow.

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