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MassDOT advising residents to not travel due to winter storm

(WWLP) – The Massachusetts Department of Transportation is advising the public against traveling Monday due to the winter storm.

According to MassDOT, the National Weather Service is forecasting heavy snow rates per hour in the early afternoon on Monday into the evening and snowfall rates may exceed one inch per hour. The very strong winds will lead to blowing snow and greatly reduced visibility during the height of the storm.

Due to the storm, there will a ban imposed on travel on Monday by tractor-trailers on I-90 between the hours of 10 a.m. until 11:59 p.m. The speed limit on

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WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY| Snow & Refreeze On Roads For Overnight Travel In Maryland

 BALTIMORE, Md. (WBFF) – Weather alert continues through Tuesday due to additional snow, refreeze, and travel issues.

Another burst of snow began falling Monday afternoon.

Maryland State Police have responded 470 crashes between 8 p.m. Sunday and 4 p.m. Monday. (They’re only responsible for state roads.)

They also responded to 1,418 calls for service, and 216 disabled/unattended vehicles.

A Winter Storm Warning remains in effect through early Tuesday north and east of Baltimore.



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Meanwhile, a Winter Weather Advisory is in effect elsewhere, including Baltimore City, but not the Lower Eastern Shore.



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Winter Storm Blankets Northeast U.S., Halting Travel And Vaccine Appointments : NPR

A massive winter storm is bringing heavy snowfall and strong winds to neighborhoods across the Northeast, like this one in Brooklyn, New York.

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A massive winter storm is bringing heavy snowfall and strong winds to neighborhoods across the Northeast, like this one in Brooklyn, New York.

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A powerful nor’easter is working its way along the East Coast, shutting down schools, vaccination sites and travel as it threatens to dump up to two feet of snow in parts of the

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“Historic snow” from major winter storm closes some Midwest COVID testing sites and disrupts travel

A major winter storm blanketed parts of the middle of the country with snow that was forecast to last into late Tuesday in some areas, closing some coronavirus testing sites and disrupting traffic. Combined with severe weather in California, some 90- to 100 million Americans were being impacted by winter weather Tuesday, said CBS News weather producer David Parkinson.

The National Weather Service said at least 4 inches of snow is expected across most of an area stretching from central Kansas northeast to Chicago and southern Michigan. Parts of southeast Nebraska and western Iowa could get more than three times

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