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Hello I'm David and I am keeping you up to date on this upcoming Blizzard Juno. The blizzard is approaching Maryland in ten days. Expect low pressure, a cold front, more cloud cover, and an increase in precipitation.
Juno is currently hitting Iowa, Arkansas, Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Missouri, it has been moving east towards MD. There is a cold front following Storm Juno, and the Arctic jet stream is pulling the blizzard and cold wind here. Inside Juno there is a low pressure system and an occluded front. There is major cloud cover and lot of precipitation hitting the affected area.
You know that Maryland is a continental and humid subtropic climate and it is the month of January. We should prepare for this oncoming storm as soon as possible. Let's ask Sayvn Lievs how she and other first responders are preparing.
Hey David, we have been recruiting other first responders, communicating with state officials, and informing the public and media about ways to stay safe.
We have salt, emergency vehicles on standby in case of danger, and construction vehicles to help reconstruct the community after the storm.
In case of immediate danger during the storm, follow the evacuation plans that will be released as the storm approaches closer.
We are communicating with city officials and your local news station regularly, to provide information about the storm. We will have phone calls, meetings, and use social media to stay in touch with your meteorologists including David.
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