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February 14, 2007

Valentine’s Day Blizzard, Winter Storm: Sleet, snow head for Northeast; Snow, ice in Ohio Valley blamed for death of 9-year-old girl; Icy commute in D.C. forecast; House hearing on ‘warming of the planet’ canceled after ice storm; S. Ontario braces for major winter storm; NWS new or additional snowfall amounts forecast through Thurs. morning; Tornado hits New Orleans area, 1 dead; Storms hit Fla.; Chance of Valentine’s Day flurries in DFW; March 3 lunar eclipse

Valentine’s Day Blizzard/Winter Storm: Sleet, snow head for Northeast: Radar loop | AccuWeather update | Storm timeline/snowfall amounts map | Snow, ice, wind race through Ohio Valley | Snow, ice storms blamed for death of 9-year-old girl in Ohio | Icy commute in D.C. forecast | House hearing on ‘warming of the planet’ canceled after ice storm | Southern Ontario braces for major winter storm

Image, right courtesy NOAA: NWS watches and warnings late Tuesday. Image links to current alerts

Snowfall Forecast: NWS new or additional snowfall amounts forecast through Thurs. morning:

Albany, NY: 15 to 30 inches (Weather/cams)
Syracuse, NY: 20 to 30 inches (Weather/cams)
Burlington, VT: 16 to 26 inches (Weather/cams)
Rochester, NY: 8 to 14 inches (Weather/cams)
Buffalo, NY: 8 to 14 inches (Weather/cams)
Portland, ME: 7 to 13 inches (Weather/cams)
Boston: 4 to 8 inches (Weather/cams)
Hartford, CT: 4 to 8 inches (Weather/cams)
Erie, PA: 4 to 7 inches (Weather/cams | WX-MAN’s Perspective)
New York City: 1 to 3 inches snow/sleet (Weather/cams)
Cleveland: 2 to 4 additional inches (Weather/cams)
Chicago: 1 to 2 additional inches (Weather/cams)
Philadelphia: Freezing rain, sleet: Ice accumulations (Weather/cams)
Washington, D.C.: Ice accumulations up to 0.25″ (Weather/cams | CapitalWeather) | Same for Baltimore (Weather/cams)

Resources: Winter storm warnings from Midwest to Northeast: See weather and webcam images in the “All City Pages” link in the menu at the top of this page, or in our interactive map | Radar loop from Intellicast

Severe Storms: Tornado hits New Orleans area; 1 dead | Storms hit Florida

Forecast Of Flurries: Chance of Valentine’s Day flurries in Dallas/Fort Worth

Space News: Lunar eclipse on March 3 visible in eastern North America

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  1. Hey, again feel free to link my blog when talking about Erie, PA, just like you do for CapitalWeather.com. I am a big supporter of your site. Keep up the good work

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