Let It Snow! Winter Storm Benji Brings Snow Even To FL!


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Weather.com reports that Winter Storm Benji has dumped snow as far south as Pensacola, Florida! If you have travel booked, check out Overview of Airline Waivers for Northeast Winter Weather.

Let It Snow! Winter Storm Benji Brings Snow Even To FL!

Let It Snow! Winter Storm Benji

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Story Highlights

Winter Storm Benji’s snow will turn its focus to the East Saturday and Saturday night.

Many in the I-95 Northeast Urban Corridor will see their first snow of the season.

Hazardous travel conditions are expected both in the South and Northeast from Winter Storm Benji.

Benji has already produced unusual snowfall in many parts of the South.

Incredibly, this snow stripe stretches as far south as the western Florida Panhandle.

Overnight, accumulating snow was witnessed in Pensacola, Florida. Flurries were reported early Saturday morning in Destin.

Bottom Line

Are you enjoying this gorgeous snow today? It looks to be melting quickly today where I am. Hope that you and your family are safe and warm!

HT: Weather.com 

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