Update on snow in the Northeast and earthquake/tsunami in Pacific

As several light to moderate bands of snow move through the Northeast, new observations from Papua New Guinea are starting to come in.  Overnight, there were two more earthquakes in the area, causing a tsunami statement to be released (both earthquakes were around 6.5.)

The earthquake created a small tsunami measures around one meter (3 feet) according to one report in Papua New Guinea, there was no other observations of a tsunami.  More after shocks are expected throughout the Southwestern Pacific.

The snow in the Northeast has brought around a fresh new inch across some areas, but otherwise, not much more in way of accumulations today in the Northeast because soon in inmost places the temperatures will warm to above freezing.

Stay safe!

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