A major winter storm, Nemo, is expected to impact the Northeast and New England Friday into Saturday.
As much as one to two feet of snow is forecast from the New York City metro area to Maine, with localized heavier amounts possible. This, in addition to wind gusts as high as 60-75 mph will create significant impacts to transportation and power.
Coastal flooding is also possible from Boston northward, warns the National Weather Service.
Ahead of the storm, media is reporting that about 4,000 international and domestic flights have been canceled at East Coast airports due to massive snowfalls.
The Weather Service has issued an official blizzard warning for New York City, according to reports.
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