The National Weather Service is predicting that the Boston area will be hit the hardest, seeing up to 10 inches of snow before the storm is through. Changes to the forecast are still possible depending on the exact track of a low-pressure system that is expected to intensify off the Eastern Seaboard Wednesday-Thursday. Total accumulations of 3 to 6 inches are expected on the eastern end of Long Island, the Jersey Shore and in southern CT, while New York City and northeast New Jersey could get 3 to 6 inches or more.
WHERE... Metropolitan Baltimore and Washington areas, as well as the northern and central Shenandoah Valley.
The snowfall could pick up toward the afternoon and evening, potentially making for a messy Wednesday evening commute, before tapering off at night.
Snow heavy at times may yield significant reductions in visibility.
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That system is expected to bring slushy snow Tuesday to Appalachia as it moves toward the East Coast, where it's poised to join with an upper-level disturbance now moving off the Pacific Ocean into California and forecast to whip across the continent. An Arlington Department of Environmental Services representative confirmed that the county will not be pretreating for the same reasons, but added that trucks are "ready to treat arterials and any trouble spots should they appear overnight".
A 50 percent chance of snow, mainly after 11 p.m., is expected.
Meteorologists with the National Weather Service in Springfield say there is a possibility some of the storms could be strong, some could even produce some small hail.
The Weather Prediction Center is advising people to keep an eye on the forecasts for their local areas for the next few days.
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Some led marches or rallied on football fields, while others gathered in school gyms or took a knee in the hallway. Eisman said they had to pick an idea to take back to Haven that would improve life in the school in some way.
The storms that will move through the state on Monday are very energy driven. New snow and sleet accumulation of less than a half inch possible.
South of Route 224: This area could see 2 to 4 inches of snow.
Assume any "wet" pavement to be slick.
Temperatures will steadily drop in the evening, as AccuWeather predicts a low of 30 degrees tonight.
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