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Winter Storm Quinn is a weirdo—and it probably won't be this year's last

East Coasters could see more than a foot.

Winter Storm Quinn.

Winter Storm Quinn.

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Just days after Winter Storm Riley slammed the East Coast, another nor’easter is on its way. Storm Quinn is expected to deliver heavy snowfall from Philadelphia to

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