A major snow storm is headed towards New England. The National Weather Service saying as much as two feet could fall in a region that hasn't seen much snowfall so far this season.
FOX News Radio's Courtney Kealy reports from New York:
(Mahoney) "Just waiting fro the flakes to come down..."
Snow plow operators, in New England, are standing by like Gary Mahoney , in Waltham, Massachusetts spending the day with his co-workers checking their equipment, before the storm arrives Friday.
Parts of New England could see two feet of snow, by Saturday, like Rhode Island, which has some residents a little worried.
(Rhode Island Resident) "I get nervous if, uh, we don't have electricity for a few days."
Other parts of the northeast, like New York City, may only get strong winds, freezing rain and heavy snow of their own.
In New York, Courtney Kealy, FOX News Radio.
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