State of Emergency New Jersey |

February 6, 2010 by USA Post 

State of Emergency New Jersey | state of emergency in Pennsylvania, and the levels of snow emergency in the state of Ohio: the snow freezes life. The record snowfall in areas that threaten life in the United States in the mid-Atlantic Ocean, in the wake of a storm on Friday. People in these areas suffer a lot because it depends heavily on heating oil and natural gas supplies.

According to the weather forecast, from 20 to 30 inches of snow is expected to fall during the season. Severe weather in the southern regions of the state of Virginia in the state of New Jersey and prompted the United States and government offices in the Washington area to close down four hours early.

It is known that President Obama has taken the issue with some seriousness. Has declared a disaster in seven counties in the state of New Jersey today.

“I think even planting Hawaii to Chicago and respect enough to predict the nearly two feet (61 cm) of snow,” White House spokesman Robert Gibbs said.

After the snow, and the Smithsonian museums and the National Zoo will remain closed on Saturday. Many schools have been closed.

Virginia, Maryland and District of Columbia, each declared a state of emergency because of heavy snow.

Several airline services hardly reach late on Friday in Washington and Baltimore region three major airports. Rail services and set canceled.

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