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WEATHER UPDATE: Snow Coming Tonight, Storm Outlook For Weekend

Wednesday, February 13, 2013

 

We're still working around the snow left from the Blizzard of '13... how much snow will arrive tonight? And this weekend?

We’re still expecting some snow tonight but it may not be all that noticeable once all is said and done.

Tonight: how much snow?

A fast moving storm center will pass well south of New England overnight and early tomorrow. Any snow we get from the storm will likely total around an inch, perhaps a bit more in spots near and along the coast and could even be less over northern Rhode Island and Central Massachusetts. All in all, not a big deal.

Outlook for weekend storm

The weekend is still a toss-up. A larger storm will form over the ocean but could be too far from us to bring anything more than a light accumulation and deliver lots of cold air into the region for Sunday and early next week. It still bears watching but at this point is not a big threat.

 

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