NEWS
Northeast Generic Highlights
Sat Jan 26, 2013 10:33 AM CST

Today, snow showers are expected to come to an end across the outer Cape and Islands this afternoon where additional accumulations of less than an inch are possible. Otherwise, an upper level disturbance will enhance snow showers through Upstate New York into portions of northern New England where an inch or less additional accumulations are expected. Dry conditions are expected across the remainder of the region into the overnight hours tonight. Winds will become breezy, especially across eastern New England this afternoon and overnight and will gust up to 25-35 mph at times. Temperatures ...

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