|Radar this morning clearly showing both storms as they converge on New England. Heavy snow is falling from Toronto across Ontario to the Quebec border. Meanwhile more heavy precipitation is moving north from the middle Atlantic.|
By tonight this low will become absorbed by a much larger system that is taking shape this morning along the North Carolina coast. That storm will move towards Cape Cod while deepening rapidly. This will be a major blizzard for New England and Atlantic Canada with 100km/h (60mph) winds and 1 to 2 feet of snow. Already this morning delays and cancellations are pouring in. Coastal flooding will be a big issue from Massachusetts along the coasts of New Hampshire, Maine and Nova Scotia. Large, damaging waves will surge in along the coast.
With the snow affecting such a large area in the east, air travel will be severely disrupted - call ahead. Also, if you are thinking about driving to Ottawa, Toronto or Boston today, I would strongly advise that you don't.