POTTSTOWN, Penn. (STORYFUL) - Two bulldog puppies had some fun playing in the snow in Pennsylvania as a nor’easter was set to dump a foot of snow on the northeast on Wednesday. It was the second nor’easter to hit the northeast in less than a week.
The National Weather Service predicted more than a foot of snow to fall in areas west of Philadelphia. Heavy snowfall rates with whiteout conditions were expected before the snow tapered off in the evening.
The video showed Odin and Liza, two one-year-old bulldog siblings, playing in the snow in Pottstown. Liza can be seen attempting to catch snowflakes on her tongue.
According to Accuweather, a potent nor'easter will bring heavy snow and gusty winds to northern New England on Thursday. Minor to moderate coastal flooding during high tide is also likely from the storm.
A secondary area of heavy snow is in store for parts of the Upper Midwest, near the center of the old section of the storm. In between, snow showers will extend from the Great Lakes to the Appalachians. Chilly air is forecast to extend from the Central states to Florida. Most areas from the Mississippi River to the Rockies and Southern California can expect sunshine and dry weather.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.