BZW

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BZWBeziehungsweise (German: Respectively)
BZWBrabants-Zeeuwse Werkgeversvereniging (Dutch: Brabant-Zeeland Employers Association; Netherlands)
BZWBegeleid Zelfstandig Wonen (Dutch: Supervised Independent Living)
BZWBZFlag World (file format/extension)
BZWBlizzard Warning
BZWBarclays der Zoete Wedd
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A blizzard warning has been issued for a 250-mile stretch of the northeast, including New York and Boston.
The National Weather Service issued a blizzard warning for a 250-mile swath of the region, meaning heavy, blowing snow and potential whiteout conditions.
Washington, Rabi'II 5, 1436, Jan 25, 2015, SPA -- A winter storm is expected to dump large amounts of snow down a wide swath of the US East Coast on Sunday, prompting a blizzard warning stretching from New Hampshire to Philadelphia, the National Weather Service said.
A blizzard warning was posted for parts of Massachusetts, including Cape Cod.
Areas south and east of Denver on the plains were under a blizzard warning until 11 pm local time with steady snowfall and high winds forecast throughout the day, the weather service said.
In West Virginia, up to 60cm of snow fell in mountainous areas, and a blizzard warning for more than a dozen counties remains in effect until Wednesday afternoon.
A blizzard warning was issued for New York and Boston, and the National Weather Service said the massive storm would bring heavy snow and powerful winds starting Monday and into Tuesday.
The Sierra Nevada was also faced with a blizzard warning, with winds from 25 to 50 mph expected.
That was the word from weather watchers on Thursday as the arrival of a series of intense low pressure systems forced the National Weather Service to issue an un-common blizzard warning for the Southern Oregon Cascade and Siskiyou mountains.
The service has issued severe weather warning for large parts of the central United States on Sunday that include a blizzard warning for parts of New Mexico, Texas, Oklahoma and Kansas and a flash flood watch stretching from Texas to Ohio.
Residents on both sides of the country are experiencing the full impact of Mother Nature as high wind warnings, flood watches and even a blizzard warning threaten the West Coast, while a Nor'easter dumps more than a foot of snow in some parts of the East Coast.
Up to 14 inches (355 millimeters) of snow is forecast for the Boston area, and the National Weather Service issued a blizzard warning for Long Island outside New York City, where up to 10 inches (254 millimeters) of snow was expected.