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12.10.13 Cold, Snow Ahead

Brace yourself for bitter cold, and more snow over the next few days.
We've got lots to watch over the next few days, including snow and cold.

An Arctic cold front will drop through the area Wednesday afternoon and night. Along that front expect scattered snow squalls to develop. Remember those snow squalls are localized, intense bursts of snow. A quick dusting-2" can fall in those squalls, which drops visibility and quickly makes roads slick. Stay alert during the evening drive home.

Behind that front, the bottom falls out temperature-wise. We'll have morning lows in the single digits Thursday, with highs only in the teens!

A few more snow showers are ahead for Friday, with a bigger storm lurking by the weekend.

Right now I'd expect at least some snow Saturday night and Sunday. Just how much snow we see depends on the storm's exact track, which will be nailed down over the next few days. At this point it seems as though the heaviest precipitation will fall over Southern New England. Check back for updates.
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