8 Feb 2017 08:15 PM EST
According to meteorologists, a fast-moving storm could bring more than a foot of snow, strong winds and coastal flooding to the Northeast region of the U.S. Even though the cities of Philadelphia and New York hit 60 degrees on Wednesday, both are expecting at least a half-foot of snow the next day and are bracing for bitter cold temperatures Thursday night. According to the National Weather Service, Boston and New York City will get eight to 12 inches of snow with Philadelphia getting six to 8 inches. Meanwhile, eastern sections of Maine are expecting over a foot of snow.
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