A developing nor'easter forecast will affect the East Coast again impacting millions people, while crews are still trying to restore power to thousands of homes after last storm. Winter Storm Skylar is expected to bring heavy snow and gusty winds to the Northeast early this week.
The National Weather Service in the U.S. has issued winter weather advisories from parts of Northwestern Pennsylvania, New Jersey up through Maine. In fact, more than 38 million are under a winter weather advisory or warning from the Tennessee Valley into New England including New York City, Boston, and Portland, Maine. Up to 20 inches of snow is possible in some areas. Boston will be one of the hardest hit areas by #StormSkylar, meteorologists said.
Airlines were waiving change fees yet again as this coastal storm threatens airports in the U.S. Northeast for the third time in as many weeks. They generally allow eligible customers to make one change to their itineraries without paying a change fee or fare difference. Blizzard conditions are possible for now and power outages are a threat for areas in Rhode Island, eastern Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Maine, which are under the Winter Storm Watch from Monday evening to Tuesday afternoon. Temperatures will play a key role. The storm will bring winds of up to 60mph.