HEAVY snow is expected across the country on January 7, 2022, as part of the latest storm.
Throughout the United States, many cities are asking for cars to be off the road and have warned residents to stay inside as multiple inches of snow is expected.
Where will it snow in the US tomorrow?
Snow is expected in a number of states tomorrow including:
Parts of New York City and Long Island have been put on Winter Storm Warnings and Winter Weather Advisories.
Residents of NYC can expect anywhere from 3 to 5 inches while parts of eastern Long Island can see up to 7 inches.
Eastern Connecticut is also expected to get hit with a lot of snow during this storm.
Like Long Island, eastern Connecticut is expected to see up to 7 inches of snow which will begin around 11:00pm Thursday and cause accumulations around an inch per hour at some times.
Northwest winds of 10 to 15 mph and gusts up to 30 mph are also expected.
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Parts of southern New Jersey have been issued a Winter Storm Warning as they are also expected to receive up to 7 inches of snow.
Other parts of the state can expect to see between 2 to 6 inches as the storm makes its way up the coast.
Parts of Massachusetts are expected to see heavy snowfall early Friday morning.
While flurries are possible Thursday night, NBC10 Boston’s Matt Noyes reports that the heaviest snowfall is expected between 5:00am and 11:00am.
Massachusetts, Governor Charlie Baker has since asked for non-emergency state employees to stay home and is asking residents to stay off the roads and use public transportation when possible, according to NBC10.
A severe Winter Storm warning has been issued for parts of Idaho as they are expected to see 5 to 8 inches of snow as well as winds 25 to 35 mph with gusts up to 60 mph expected.
The warning was issued at 2:30pm and is expected to be lifted early Friday morning.
Montana’s Kootenai and Cabinet Regions were placed on a Winter Storm Warning around 2:30pm local time.
They are expected to have snow accumulations of 4 to 7 inches in some areas while others might see anywhere from 8 to 13.
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Will schools be closed?
In preparation for the big storm, many schools have already canceled classes in an attempt to keep people home and off the roads.
It is best to check with your local school district to see the status of your school.