2015-01-30 / Front Page

Calm before Juno



The swing set at Mother’s Beach in Kennebunk appears lonely and forelorn before what some media outlets were purporting to be the mother of all winter storms. On Monday, just before the deadline for this week’s Post, the National Weather Service in Gray was predicting that winter storm Juno would dump up to two feet of snow on coastal York County, where wind gusts were expected to top 50 mph and flooding was expected. Further south the storm was called “crippling and potentially historic,” with similar snowfall amounts predicted for Boston and New York City, putting 28 million under a blizzard warning. 
(Dan King photo) The swing set at Mother’s Beach in Kennebunk appears lonely and forelorn before what some media outlets were purporting to be the mother of all winter storms. On Monday, just before the deadline for this week’s Post, the National Weather Service in Gray was predicting that winter storm Juno would dump up to two feet of snow on coastal York County, where wind gusts were expected to top 50 mph and flooding was expected. Further south the storm was called “crippling and potentially historic,” with similar snowfall amounts predicted for Boston and New York City, putting 28 million under a blizzard warning. (Dan King photo)

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