Friday, October 28, 2011

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Northeast braces for October snowstorm with up to a FOOT predicted in areas - the earliest New York City snow since Civil War

Snow already falling in Massachusetts
Parts of Connecticut could get a foot of snow this weekend
Since record keeping began NYC has never had an inch of snow in October

By Mike O'brien

New York has received measurable snow before Halloween only three times since 1869 - and never more than one inch, which is what some experts are predicting.

It would be the earliest one-inch snowfall in the city since the Civil War.

The heaviest snows are expected between 5pm and 8pm Saturday night, although the temperatures could bring light snow throughout the night.

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