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    Milder DC to Boston, but Winter Far From Over

    January 30, 2014; 9:23 AM ET

    Thursday morning

    The Middle and North Atlantic states will emerge from the depths of harsh cold tomorrow, and weekend high temperatures can easily reach 40 or higher (50s in D.C.). A storm that brings several inches of snow to Chicago on Saturday will likely follow a path that takes most of the snow north of I-90 in the Northeast. This video show things should progress.

    Looking ahead to next week, it appears a large storm will move from the southern Plains to New England at midweek, with heavy snow north and west of the track and rain elsewhere... maybe even thunderstorms in the Southeast. This snapshot map is from the GFS model for next Tuesday night. Since that is still almost a week away, future adjustments are virtually certain.

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