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“This could be the biggest snowstorm in the history of this city,” said New York Mayor Bill de Blasioat a press conference on Sunday about Winter Storm Juno, or what is now being collectively referred to online as “Snowmageddon 2015.”

The governors of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut have all declared state of emergencies as more than 2 feet of snow is expected to dump in the area.

While you hunker down and get started on that first loaf, check out some of the best reactions to the storm so far on Twitter.

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Via: apetor
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Fifty-year-old Tor Eckhoff lives in Norway and works in a paint factory.

In his spare time he does a lot of really weird/cool stuff, and he shares it with the rest of the world through his YouTube channel.

Here's his latest video showing you how Christmas is done in his neck of the woods.

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Miracles, they're not just for Jesus anymore!

A new video shows two hikers stepping out onto some super clear ice in the High Tatras Mountains of Slovakia.

It will be even more impressive when he turns the entire lake into wine.

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Spotted by birder Steve Spitzer, the owl appeared to be 'swimming' in Lake Michigan. Another birder at Loyola Park Beach in Chicago says he saw the Great Horned Owl get apparently forced down into the great lake by two Peregrine Falcons.

Spitzer captured video and photos of the owl, but he didn't catch any of the falcon attack, as he and others at the beach were busy trying to scare the falcons away. Spitzer said bird rescue was called to the scene, but the owl flew away.

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Winter is here, and it's about to slap you right in the face.

The Polar Vortex, the weather system with the buzzy name that ruined your life earlier this year, is coming back next week, according to AccuWeather.

This in part thanks to Super Typhoon Nuri, which is some are calling "a growing meteorological bomb" over the Bering Sea.

So what does this all of this mean for you?

"The combination of cold air, wind and other conditions, including snow in part of the Midwest and northern Plains, will send AccuWeather RealFeel temperatures plunging into the single digits and teens. Actual high temperatures may not reach the freezing mark in portions of the northern Plains and Midwest. Such cold will raise the risk of hypothermia and frostbite for those not properly dressed."

"In New York City, it is possible temperatures may not get out of the 30s on one or more days from late next week into next weekend."

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