The snow we've received over the last two days is nothing compared to the beating New England is taking. After the Nor'easter and it's blizzard conditions subside, several feet of snow will have accumulated shutting down the major cities of the northeast. Snow showers continue across our area but they are gradually dissipating, all advisories have expired. Northwest wind will gust to 25 MPH so expect some blowing and drifting later today and tonight. High pressure drops by bringing clearing skies and some sun Wednesday. Another clipper system rolls eastward spreading snow showers back into the area Thursday afternoon. A few inches may accumulate through Friday morning but the bigger issue will be better cold temperatures. Prepare for another blast of Arctic air.
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