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    Chilly Storms

    January 15, 2013; 8:08 AM ET

    Tuesday 10AM

    A low pressure area moving quickly northeastward from the Gulf states will be east of New York City by midday tomorrow and out past Nova Scotia on Thursday. It is likely to bring rainy, drizzle and at times foggy weather to the I95 corridor from DC to New York City, with wet snow more likely as it gets to Boston. In a 50 mile wide zone from northwest to southeast, it may be possible to find results ranging from 4 or 5 inches of snow at one end to more than half an inch of rain at the other. And, even where temperatures are below freezing at the ground, there may be enough warm air aloft to create a sleet or freezing rain situation instead of snow. Here is a projection for snow that was made early this morning:

    This video show the rest of the forecast through early next week. I also decided to throw in a wild looking map for January 27th. The only thing I am sure about here is that this outlook will change as we get closer to that date!

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