For the east coast, today is one of those days.

To call it a "snow day" would be an understatement.

As Winter Storm Jonas made its way into the region late Friday night, snow fall forecasts have shifted significantly — at least in my neck of the woods in Bergen County, New Jersey. Ranging from 10 inches to four inches to now 20-24+ inches, it's been a wild ride.

With the powder piling up, I wish I had a 4x4 to get myself on the road to enjoy this rare opportunity. Unfortunately, the press flavor of the week if a Volvo XC90 equipped with 22-inch wheels and summer tires.

Not sure why it's shod with summers but that's a conversation for another day.

If you're thinking about going outside, you should probably just settle in and wait for this storm to end. Having said that, stay tuned to AutoSpies for the latest automotive news updates.

A massive winter storm clobbered the eastern United States on Saturday and in some places appeared poised to dump more snow than expected -- including up to 30 inches in downstate New York and up to 4 feet in Maryland and West Virginia, officials and forecasters said.

With snow falling as fast as 3 inches an hour, New York officials said road travel in New York City and Long Island would be banned starting at 2:30 p.m. ET. Above-ground train service in the area would stop at 4 p.m.

"This is bad, and it's getting worse rapidly," New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said...

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9 Dead, 30 Inches Forecast For New York City, East Coast Getting Walloped By Winter Storm Jonas

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