Tiempo y posibles totales de la tormenta invernal

El equipo de Primera Alerta sigue el paso de la potente tormenta invernal que ocupará la zona desde el lunes en la noche hasta el marte. Aquí tenemos un pronóstico del tiempo y los totales de nieve que dejará el sistema.

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NOAA
Una potente tormenta invernal arropará el noreste de Estados Unidos desde el lunes en la noche hasta el martes. Se pronostican vientos de alta intensidad de hasta 35 mph, poca visibilidad y acumulaciones de nieve.
2/28
NOAA
Una tormenta invernal ocupará la zona del norete de la nación de lunes a martes.
3/28
NBC10
La región de Filadelfia se alista para la tormenta más significativa de la temporada.
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10/28
NBC10
Una Primera Alerta del equipo de Telemundo 62 fue emitida para toda la región hasta el martes.
11/28
NBC10
Dependiendo de su vecindario podrá ver distintas condiciones del tiempo.
12/28
NBC10
La mayor parte del area podría ver nieve significativa.
13/28
NBC10
Areas desde el norte al oeste de Filadelfia hasta el corredor de I-95 serán impactadas por varias pulgadas de nieve. El sur de Delaware y la copsta de Nueva Jersey podrían recibir grandes cantidades de lluvia.
14/28
NBC10
Expect low visibility at the height of the snowfall.
15/28
The snow is expected to impact the northern and western suburbs, Lehigh Valley and Berks County the most with more than a foot of snow predicted with heavy accumulation in the morning.
16/28
NBC10
Philly, South Jersey, northern Delaware and the immediate suburbs could see some heavy sleet during the storm with around a foot of snow possible.
17/28
NBC10
The Delaware Beaches and Jersey Shore could see moderate coastal flooding and high wind gusts with lower snow totals.
18/28
NBC10
The storm is likely to impact most of your Tuesday after starting late Monday night.
19/28
NBC10
By midnight, much of the area could be seeing snowfall.
20/28
NBC10
Snow is expected to spread before daybreak.
21/28
Don't plan on going anywhere Tuesday morning. Conditions will range from heavy snow to heavy sleet to heavy rain.
22/28
NBC10
The most intense snow is expected to fall during Tuesday morning.
23/28
NBC10
As of Monday morning, most of the Philadelphia region was under a Winter Storm Warning with heavy snow possible.
24/28
NBC10
Ocean County is under a Blizzard Warning.
25/28
NBC10
To become a blizzard, the storm must pack winds exceeding 35 mph and at least three hours of blowing snow with low visibility.
26/28
NBC10
More snow is expected to fall to the north and west with the I-95 corridor and above possibly seeing a foot of snow or more.
27/28
NBC10
The most southern points of the region could deal with rain, wind and flooding as snow accumulations remain lower.
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NBC10
The American Red Cross has these tips to get you ready for the storm.
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