NEWS
Northeast Generic Highlights
Sun Feb 17, 2013 02:30 AM CST

A potent storm will remain off-shore today but will produce snow for much of New England. Snow will generally be heaviest during the morning from Rhode Island into eastern Massachusetts. By the afternoon heavier snow will shift into Maine while activity will weaken in southern New England. Overnight snow will continue to affect eastern Maine while the rest of the region dries out. Snow totals will reach 5-8 inches from southern Boston to the South Shore and Cape Cod. The highest totals will likely be on the Cape. Similar totals will also be possible ...

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