As I type this?
The snow is about 3″ to 4″ and blowing….
The plows and sanders are out doing their thing….
So is the wind….
Winter Storm Gail is hammering the Northeast as a high-impact nor’easter packing heavy snow, strong winds and coastal flooding.
This storm’s impacts aren’t confined to the interior Northeast, but are also occurring near parts of the Interstate 95 corridor from New England to New York City and areas near Philadelphia.
Snowfall from Gail, heavy in some areas, continues to spread from the Mid-Atlantic states into New England….
The storm will begin to pull away from the Northeast Thursday morning.
Snowfall and gusty winds will linger through at least a part of Thursday in the Northeast, mainly in New England, but also in the Hudson Valley and central New York in the morning.
Most locations should see improving weather conditions by the second half of Thursday, with the exception of coastal New England, where snow and brisk winds may persist into late afternoon.
This storm will likely produce some coastal flooding from the mid-Atlantic into New England. Coastal flood warnings and advisories have been issued by the National Weather Service from North Carolina to Massachusetts.
Moderate coastal flooding is forecast for the Thursday morning high tide along the Jersey Shore and in coastal Delaware….