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National Weather Service said Boston could get snow

National Weather Service said Boston could get snow
Feb 7 (Reuters) - New Britain prepared on Friday for a possibly record-setting cold climate, with predictions of up to 2 feet (60 cm) of snow already causing airways to terminate thousands of routes and programs to prepare for power failures.

The climate was ruining in from the Area where it began losing snow on the Chi town area on Friday mid-day. It was due to bring mild snow to the East U. s. Declares on Fun before ramping up to blizzard conditions by mid-day.

In Birkenstock boston ma, which was predicted to see some of the biggest snow, Gran Johnson Menino requested the town's educational institutions to close on Sunday and advised businesses to consider allowing staff to work, to prevent individuals getting trapped.

"We are sturdy New Englanders, let me tell you, and used to these types of stormy weather. But I also want to emphasize everyone to use good sense and remain off the roads of our town. Basically, work," Menino told correspondents. "Stay put after noontime the next day."

City authorities up and down the northeastern U. s. Declares were expecting for the elements, preparing fleets of plows and sodium pickups to keep roads clear, while airport authorities advised tourists to try to reschedule routes ahead of the elements.

The Nationwide Weather Assistance said Birkenstock boston ma could get 18 to 24 inches wide of snow (45 to 60 cm) on Sunday and Sunday, its first heavy snow in two years. Light snow is predicted to begin dropping around 7 a.m. EST (1200 GMT) on Sunday, with bulkier snow and gusts of wind gusting as high as 60 to 75 mph (95 to 120 km per hour) as the day moves along.

"It's manufactured rush-hour period of time into the evening and instantaneously when the size of the elements will be," said Kim Buttrick, a meteorologist at the Nationwide Weather Assistance in Taunton, Boston.

Cities from Hartford, Burglary, to Beaverton, Maine, predicted to see at least a foot of snow.

Airlines have already canceled more than 2,200 flights planned for Friday, according to the website FlightAware.com, with the largest number of cancellations at airports in Newark, New York, Chicago andBoston.

Nearly 500 flights have been canceled for Saturday, according to the flight-tracking site.

Officials at airports across the region warned travelers to expect more delays and cancellations on Friday.
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