Northeast bracing for winter weather never seen before
NEW YORK - Cities in the northeast say they're bracing for impact from some extreme winter weather they've never seen before.
Weather forecasters predict a monster snow storm to slam into the northeast Monday and Tuesday. Forecasters say they are expecting extreme weather conditions such as freezing rain, snow up to 3 feet and possible hurricane-like winds from New Jersey to Conneticut.
New York City mayor, Bill de Blasio, warned the city in a press conference Sunday about the forecast.
"This could be a storm the likes of which we've never seen before, said de Blasio. "Whatever terrible storms New Yorkers have experienced in the past, prepare for something worse."
Blizzard like weather dumped snow and slush in New York and Boston this weekend, but forecasters say that was just a warm up of what is next to come.
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