If you're curious as to which way the oncoming snowpocalypse is headed, the answer is "all ways," because the viral post suggests all of the United States is supposedly in for a near-constant onslaught of snow and freezing temperatures, lasting for almost the entire winter.
The article claims:
"For the sake of comparison to the past winter, lets say that your area received a total of twenty inches of accumulative snow for the season. Because this year the snowfall is predicted to start by the end of September or the beginning of October, you can expect to multiply that number by up to five, ten, maybe even twenty times in some areas. In the worst zones, you could see 50 times the amount of snow youÕve had in the past. This is the type of winter the American public needs to prepare for. Several meteorologists are saying not to buy into what the models are showing. I can tell you from forty years of scientific weather research, they are doing you a disservice," Dr. Scvediok told the Associated Press on Friday. "The Northeast, Ohio Valley, and Midwestern states will definitely get hit the hardest."
As is often the case with stories from similar hoax news sites, the slightly plausible nature of the headline induced many users to post and repost the link without careful examination. However, "50 times the amount of snow" is quite a broad imaginational stretch, as is the claim that such a massive weather pattern change would affect such a large swath of the continental United States. Long-range forecasting to the degree indicated in the now-viral article is virtually impossible given the meteorological variables involved.
The "Record-Shattering Snowfall Coming Soon" post is just one of several leg-pulls from Empire News, one of a number of fake news sites known for barely detectable satirical posts such as "Cure for Cancer Discovered; 'Amazingly Simple' Says Researcher," and "College Student Excused from Classes After Dog Eats Grandmother," and "Woman Gives Birth, Confuses Doctors by Asking for Maternity Test." A disclaimer page on the site admits that Empire News "is a satirical and entertainment website."