The Weather Channel Prepares for Storm Coverage

By Brian Flood 

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The potentially historic blizzard that The Weather Channel is calling “Winter Storm Juno” is expected to cover the Northeast with up to two feet of snow. TWC will carry non-stop coverage throughout the storm’s duration, pre-empting all long-form programming.

TWC has deployed 10 meteorologists to five cities in the storm’s path. Sam Champion, Jen Carfagno and Stephanie Abrams will report from New York City with Raegan Medgie out on Long Island. Jim Cantore, Keith Carson and Dave Malkoff will be on the ground in Boston, Chris Warren will report from Providence, Reynolds Wolf from Philadelphia and Mike Seidel is in Plymouth, MA.

Today marks the first time Champion and Cantore are on “AMHQ” together. Coverage will be streamed live on Tomorrow morning, “Wake Up With Al” will begin an hour early, at 4amET.