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East Coast Snow Storm

October 29, 2011 by staff 

East Coast Snow Storm, A rare snowstorm in October East Coast makes its way to the coast this weekend. Although the temperatures are too hot for most large cities to receive more than a few inches of October snow storm on the East Coast, the interior portions of the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic are preparing for a major snowstorm. According to official sources quoted by CBS News, heavy wet snow is expected to cause power outages and fallen trees.

Governor of New York, Andrew Cuomo, residents prepared for the impacts of a rare October snowstorm on the East Coast in a news release Friday. “Over time the parties potentially serious about New York, I urge all areas potentially affected by this storm in early season to be prepared,” said Governor Andrew Cuomo.

“The measures adopted today, such as ensuring emergency supplies on hand, listening to local weather alerts, and have an emergency plan, can save lives. I also encourage motorists to stay off the road during inclement weather “said Cuomo.

AccuWeather.com reports that the snow already falling in parts of New York and thousands of people lost power in Pennsylvania, Maryland and West Virginia. According to the press release Cuomo, New York authorities are preparing for possible power outages. The State Public Service Commission is preparing for the blizzard of October East Coast “working with utilities in emergency preparedness, including mobilization of equipment, hiring contractors, and calls the principles of mutual aid.”

According to AccuWeather.com ‘s record snow, there is not much to the snowstorm on the East Coast from October 2011 to make the history books. For many large cities, nothing more than a few inches will break the current records of snow in October. Register of New York in October of snow, for example, is only 0.8 inches in 1925.

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