Winter Storm Stella is supposed to hit the tri-state area tonight and through tomorrow until Wednesday, March 15, 2017. For those tracking the storm or wondering how much snow shoveling they’ll have to do, we have a list of snowfall predictions in inches below, from Massachusetts to Maryland and more.
Allentown, Pennsylvania: Allentown is expected to get hit with 12 – 18 inches of snow during Winter Storm Stella, as reported by NJ.com.
Baltimore, Maryland: WBAL Baltimore predicts 6 to 12 inches of snow in Baltimore during the storm.
Boston, Massachusetts: The Boston Globe reports 12 to 18 inches to fall in MetroWest and the Merrimack Valley. The National Weather Service predicts just 4 – 6 inches in the Cape areas.
Dover, Delaware: According to NJ.com, Dover is expected to get approximately 2 – 3 inches of snowfall for the storm tomorrow.
Doylestown, Pennsylvania: For most of Pennsylvania, 12 – 18 inches is expected to drop during the storm and Doylestown is now different, as reported by NJ.com.
Farmingdale, New York: The National Weather Service has reported that the area should expect 12 – 18 inches of snow.
Mount Pocono, Pennsylvania: NJ.com reports that 12 – 18 inches are expected for the duration of the storm. The Poconos and Catskills in the New York area could get up to two and a half feet in snow.
New Haven, Massachusetts: An estimated 12 – 18 inches is predicted for the storm.
New York City, New York: Patch.com reports that NYC could face up to two feet of snow during the blizzard.
Newark, New Jersey: Throughout New York and New Jersey, there is an estimation of 12 – 18 inches of snow expected to fall throughout Winter Storm Stella, according to The National Weather Service. NJ.com also reports that, “12 to 18 inches of snow in northern New Jersey, 8 to 12 inches in much of Central Jersey and 4 to 6 inches in parts of South Jersey.”
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Live! With Kelly stated on the show this morning that Philadelphia is reportedly getting 8 – 12 inches of snow tomorrow.
Rochester, New York: According to Democrat And Chronicle, the Rochester area can expect anywhere from 8 – 16 inches.
Springfield, Massachusetts: The National Weather Service reports 8 – 12 inches.
Staten Island, New York: According to SI Live, Staten Island, New York should expect 12 – 18 inches of snow during the storm.
Toms River, New Jersey: NJ.com reports that just 4 to 6 inches will fall in the area.
Trenton, New Jersey: An estimate 8 – 12 inches of snow is expected to hit during the storm.
Washington D.C.: WTOP reports that an estimated 6 – 10 inches of snow is predicted for D.C. and the surrounding areas.
White Plains, New York: White Plains should expect 12 – 18 inches of snow in the area.