Transcript for Nor'easter brings threat of flooding, power outages to East
Millions are still dealing with the after effects that a first two storms. And other get hit again ABC's Adrienne bankers. It in Boston where the snow is really coming down as well Adrian people given their billing had a chance to get recover from the last storm that hit Boston. Yeah Michael V cable ambassador asking where is winter going to be over of course we know we saw a few more days left on the calendar but the feels. It's terrible it's miserable out here the wind is truly wicked it's going to pick up. There's nothing it's actually increased about 6065 mile per hour wind gusts. But this snow on the driving conditions are what they're really concerned about take a look at the roads right now there's so people out here driving we talked to emergency officials they're saying. They look at Google stay off the roads we could see accumulation of one to three inches of snow per hour at the peak of this thing where in the heat of the morning rush hour. And here's a thing the National Weather Service is calling this nearly impossible driving conditions we see the snowfall heavy in Virginia West Virginia seeing eighteen inches of snow. The Carolinas getting pounded as well as heavy wet snow able to bring down trees and power lines of they're still concerned about the threat of power outages in this part of the country. As well they're concerned about that minor to moderate coastal flooding that GO talked about from points Boston south to Cape Cod. Michael back of radio. Hi we appreciate Adrian to big differently during group in California. I'm like yeah. Rocco for these guys are you.
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