Contact Us: Email
Ph: 919-669-9111
Fx: 919-573-9595

Subscribe To
Insurance Advice
And Dispute Blog
Join Here

To Hire ICG
Complete This

Appraisal Form

[ Cast A Vote for Useful Information Page ]

Winter Storm Juno Major Northeast Snowstorm Monday and Tuesday

Posted by Joe Brennan | Posted in Homeowners Insurance, Insurance Advice, Insurance Claims Help | Posted on 01-25-2015


Current Winter Weather AlertsCurrent Winter Weather Alerts

Blizzard watches have already been issued from parts of southern New England, including Boston and Providence, to New York City and northeast New Jersey. A winter storm watch is in place for the Philadelphia metro area.

Key Points:

  • Moderate-to-heavy snow likely from portions of the coastal Mid-Atlantic (New Jersey, eastern Pennsylvania) to New England.
  • Peak impacts late Monday through Tuesday.
  • Accumulations of 1 to 2 feet likely (locally 2+ feet possible).
  • Blizzard or near-blizzard conditions will make travel impossible.
  • Flight cancellations, major delays and possible airport closures late Monday through Tuesday.
  • Damaging wind gusts and coastal flooding also expected.
  • Lighter snowfall from the Midwest to the central Appalachians and Mid-Atlantic Sunday into early Monday.

Now is the time to prepare and make sure you have the supplies you need for this major, possibly historic, winter storm. Do not proceed with any travel plans in the affected areas late Monday and Tuesday.

Full forecast details and maps for Winter Storm Juno are below.

Juno: Snowfall Forecast

Winter Storm Juno will first bring light to locally moderate snow accumulations from Sunday into Monday from the Midwest to the Mid-Atlantic.

A widespread area of 1 to 3 inches of snow is likely from parts of northern Illinois through northern Indiana and Ohio. Heavier totals of up to 4 or 5 inches are possible in a narrow corridor through central Ohio.

By far, the heaviest snowfall amounts from Juno are expected from eastern Pennsylvania and New Jersey to New England. As shown on our forecast map, here is what can be expected in the Northeast:

  • Washington, D.C. could see some light snow accumulations late Sunday night into Monday, but the heaviest amounts will likely stay to the north and west of the city.
  • More than 6 inches of snow is possible in the Philadelphia metro area.
  • The New York City area is forecast to see a foot or more of heavy snow. Near-blizzard conditions possible.
  • Parts of eastern and southern New England, including Boston, Providence, Rhode Island and Portland, Maine, have the potential to see up to 2 feet of snow. Locally more than 2 feet of snow is possible, particularly in eastern Massachussetts. The snow will be accompanied by blizzard or near-blizzard conditions.
  • Snowfall rates of more than 2 inches per hour are possible during the peak of the storm Monday night into Tuesday.
Snowfall Forecast

Snowfall Forecast

(MORE: Expert Analysis | Winter Storm Central)

Juno: Storm Timing

Sunday's Forecast

Sunday’s Forecast

Monday's Forecast

Monday’s Forecast

Tuesday's Forecast

Tuesday’s Forecast

Sunday: Snow or a rain/snow mixture will move from parts of Iowa and northern Missouri to Illinois, Indiana and Ohio.

(FORECAST: Chicago | Indianapolis | Cleveland)

Sunday Night: Snow or a rain/snow mixuture sweeps through the central Appalachians and into the Mid-Atlantic.

Monday: Light to moderate snow from southern New York to the central Appalachians. A rain and snow mixture is expected near the I-95 corridor in Washington, D.C. By later in the afternoon, the storm will begin to crank up, spreading snow from the coastal Mid-Atlantic northward to Long Island.

(FORECAST: Pittsburgh | Washington, D.C. | Philadelphia | New York)

Monday evening through overnight: Juno’s peak impacts begin and continue through the overnight from parts of eastern Pennsylvania and New Jersey through New England. Snow and strong winds will create blizzard conditions, making travel very dangerous or impossible.

(FORECAST: Boston | Providence | Portland, Maine)

Tuesday: Peak impacts from Juno continue from New Jersey and eastern Pennsylvania to New England. Travel will continue to be dangerous or impossible.

Tuesday Night through Wednesday: Snow continues in New England, winding down from south to north.

Juno: Wind and Coastal Flooding Threats

The winds from Juno will have three separate impacts:

1.) Strong winds will combine with the snow to produce low visibility and blizzard or near-blizzard conditions Monday night through Tuesday.

2.) The winds could also cause some tree damage and power outages from coastal northeast New Jersey to coastal parts of New England.

3.) Finally, winds will pile up water from the Atlantic Ocean and result in coastal flooding in some areas. Moderate to locally major coastal flooding is possible in Massachusetts during the morning and afternoon hide tides cycles on Tuesday. A coastal flood watch has been issued for this area.

[ Cast A Vote for Useful Information Page ]

(C) Joe Brennan is President and owner/operator of Insurance Claims Group, Inc., a national independent adjusting, appraisal, and umpiring firm. We will answer your claim questions FREE as part of our FREE Insurance Advice and Insurance Claim Consulting Services.

Insurance Claims Group, Inc.
Joe Brennan
Ph: 919-669-9111
Fx: 919-573-9595

Insurance Claim Help and questions about Independent Appraiser Services is available by visiting Insurance Claims Group | Insurance Appraisal Services | Insurance Appraisal Process | Insurance Appraisal Umpire | Fire Insurance Claims