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It's Colder and It's Clipper Time

January 31, 2013; 10:09 AM ET

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The big storm that is now exiting through the Northeast will leave in its wake much colder weather covering the eastern half of the country. The warmth was nice while it lasted.

A couple of weak clippers will come down in the northwest flow over the next couple of days producing areas of light snow and flurries. A more significant clipper comes down Sunday across the Great Lakes and Ohio Valley and gets the mid-Atlantic coast by afternoon. Once there, the clipper may intensify and bring 3-6 inches of snow across eastern New England. This is a very similar situation we saw a few weeks ago that brought snow to eastern New England and 1-4 inches of snow from Ohio into Pennsylvania/New Jersey.

NAO remains unfavorable for any major East Coast storms for now.

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