(NEWSER) – You may have heard: There's some snow inthe forecast for the East Coast, starting at midday Friday and lasting into Sunday.
- NASA has compiled a time-lapse video of the developing storm, named Jonas.
- NBC News has a good breakdown of what's expected where.
- At Slate, meteorologist Eric Holthaus digs into the forecast, noting how unusual it is that "all the major weather models are already locked in so far in advance." Which means: It's coming for sure, and it's going to be big.
- As of now, 73 million people are under some kind of storm advisory in 15 states, and the Weather Channel has details on everything from snowfall projections to ice to wind to coastal flooding.
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