Northeast snowstorm could evolve into ‘bomb cyclone’ and wreak havoc on morning commute

A quick-moving storm traveling into the Northeast could strengthen into the winter season’s first “bomb cyclone” on Friday morning – dumping up to six inches of snow in New York City, forecasters said.

The storm is expected to hamper the morning commute across the tri-state area, reported, with some spots receiving a powerful burst of 1-2 inches of snow per hour.

The National Weather Service forecast shows the path of the snowstorm in the Northeast.NOAA

Locations under any intense snow bands could endure “a nightmare” commute, AccuWeather Chief Meteorologist Jonathan Porter said.

Snowfall from the storm blanketed Tennessee and North Carolina before heading into the mid-Atlantic en route

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