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Northeast Awaits Massive Storm

Jillian Morabito |
January 2, 2014 | 12:46 p.m. PST

Executive Producer

People are already preparing for the storm (via @USAToday)
People are already preparing for the storm (via @USAToday)
As they say, there is a calm before the storm. 

The Northeast is preparing to receive an estimated 35 centimeters of snow in the coming days. Wind gusts are expected to be over 40 mph as well. 

The blizzard is already hitting the Midwest, with 1,900 flights delayed and roads blocked off in Detroit and Chicago. 

The most severe part of the storm is expected to last until Friday morning, where New England is expected to gain about a foot of snow before then. 

Some schools that were expected to be back in session have now cancelled class as well. New York City is also instructing drivers to leave their cars at home during this storm. 

Highs of zero (before wind-chill) are expected in many areas. 

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