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Looks like my area is going to get a decent snowstorm, I had been checking **** out and was wondering why all the meteorologists were so "sure" the storm would move right out to sea, and now I'm being proved right. I don't think its gong to be enough to get an all out blizzard where I live, but I wasn't expecting that. Its going to be major factor for the Eagles/Vikings game tomorrow, and some meteorologists are saying the game may have to be postponed. I only see that being the case if the city is in line for a band of snow that'll drop 2-3" an hour during the game, which right now, is pretty likely, so we'll see. My area looks to be just out of the heaviest band, or will only be under the band for an hour to three hours, max, but if the storm moves a little further west (which they've gradually been moving it west as the day has gone on), I could easily see a foot of snow by the time I wake up Monday morning with the possibility of more, but right now It looks like much of Jersey, Southeastern New York, and Southern New England is going to get wrecked with as much as two feet for Massachusettes, Rhode Island, Connecticut, and Southern Maine/Vermont/New Hampshire.