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Radar is showing light to moderate snowfall as low pressure forces Atlantic moisture into the state on a strong easterly flow. The highest snow totals will likely occur on a north south axis through the central counties. All indications point to steady snow gradually tapering to numerous snow showers late today and tonight, an additional 2 to 4 inches will accumulate through tomorrow morning. Although a 6 to 10 inch snowfall is troublesome, the deepening storm along the coast will not impact us all that much as it will strengthen too far north and keep us out of the heavy snow potential. It's a different story from New York, Boston and the rest of New England. Canadian high pressure is pumping in cold air and on shore winds draw moist air inland from the Atlantic. Blizzard conditions are expected tonight and tomorrow in New England, two to three feet of snow may fall.
Severe Weather Team 6 Meteorologist Jim Burton