NEW: RI May Get Up To 6 Inches Of Snow On Tuesday
Tuesday, February 18, 2014
Snowfall totals will not be impressive ranging from 3"-6" over extreme Northwest Rhode Island, 2''-4" in the metro Providence area and less in and around Southern Rhode Island and Southeastern Massachusetts. The Worcester area may see 4"-8".
A few rain showers should usher in a modest "warm-up" beginning tomorrow and extending into the weekend. Look for it to be slushy and mushy underfoot for a few days as some of the fresh and old snow covers melts.
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