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First Snow 2016: Winter is Coming!

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Finally! The cold front we've all been waiting for is now moving across America. It's currently hitting the Rockies and will soon start moving towards the Northeast.

Twin Cities & Snow Fall

This nationwide winter jet stream is pushing its way across the Northern Midwest very quickly! The north of Twin Cities is expected to see snow fall as high as 12 inches! Looks like Thanksgiving this year will have snow after all.

A Wintry Weekend

According to Weather.com, this jet stream will go from the Rockies up through Twin Cities, then into Canada, until finally settling back down into the Northeast of USA.

From West Virginia all the way up to the bottom of Maine, people should see snow fall. Buffalo is predicted to have the most snow. The Weather channel said that “the potential heaviest snow accumulations this weekend through Monday are targeting higher elevations of New York state, northern and western Pennsylvania, and West Virginia, as well as the eastern Great Lakes snowbelts.”

It is exciting to see the snow is just in time for all the Christmas shopping starting on Black Friday! The snow front should arrive around Sunday and finish falling by Monday. This will allow a great start to Thanksgiving week and the Christmas season!

The Envi & the snow before Thanksgiving

The Envi Heater is ready for the first snow. We are proud of our product and how it has changed so many lives by keeping people warm even in subzero temperatures. As Thanksgiving approaches, give your family the warmth they need to enjoy the holiday season.

Here are some other features of the Envi:

  • Ultra-Safe
  • Wall Mounted
  • 4 cents an hour to operate
  • Locking bar
  • 3 Year Warranty & 30 Day Guarantee!
  • USA Made

Let us help you keep the people you lobe warm throughout the winter season!

If you have any questions about the Envi go to eheat.com today!

– The Envi Heater from eheat, Inc.

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