Northeast Digs Out, More Snow Coming
Snow is still falling this morning and travel remains hazardous around the region. Winter Storm Warnings will remain in effect of the northern portions of New England for until later today. Skies will be clearing but the winds will remain high. Blowing snow across central New York will cause visibility concerns. The break will be temporary. More snow is coming as another system moves into the Ohio River Valley today and into the Northeast tomorrow. As it strengthens off the coast, it could dump several more inches of snow from Boston up through Nova Scotia. Here are some of the images that have been shared with us from the past few days.
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Winter Storm Watches already posted for the Boston area for the next round of plowable snow. Area of low pressure exits the Mid Atlantic region tonight and heads north up the Atlantic coast on Saturday. As it taps into that moisture, snow totals could be substantial but not as high as the most recent system. This will be the set up by Saturday evening:
Snow totals could be up to 4″ with isolated areas picking up to 6″.
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