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January 26, 2015

Winter Storm Juno: A Historic Blizzard

The Weather Channel deploys 10 meteorologists across 5 cities

Northeast braces for the biggest winter storm of the season
Non stop coverage across TV and Digital platforms; Network will stream live on Digital
 

WHAT: In anticipation of Winter Storm Juno, The Weather Channel has positioned 10 meteorologists across 5 cities to keep viewers informed, prepared and safe during this severe weather event. At least 28 million people are under blizzard warnings. An additional 11 million people are under winter storm warnings. 

The New York City area is forecast to see a foot or more of heavy snow. Parts of eastern and southern New England, including Boston, Providence, Rhode Island and Portland, Maine have the potential to see up to 2 feet of snow. The show will be accompanied by blizzard or near-blizzard conditions. 

The network’s non stop live coverage continues Monday and Tuesday. Digital coverage will feature live streaming on weather.com and mobile web, a breaking news module on mobile, and a live blog on weather.com with all of the latest forecasts and updates.  

WHEN: Winter Storm Juno will be a major snowstorm for the Northeast Monday through Tuesday night, lingering into Wednesday morning. Live coverage began Sunday evening with a special report and continues Monday at 5 a.m. with Wake Up With Al

WHO/WHERE: Live coverage from the field team will include:

  • Sam Champion - New York City
  • Jen Carfagno - New York City
  • Stephanie Abrams - New York City
  • Jim Cantore - Boston
  • Keith Carson - Boston
  • Dave Malkoff - Boston
  • Chris Warren - Providence, RI
  • Reynolds Wolf - Philadelphhia 
  • Mike Seidel - Plymouth, MA
  • Raegan Medgie - Long Island 

                        *Locations subject to change

TWITTER: @weatherchannel, @AMHQ, #Juno