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    Gray, White and Wet

    By Elliot Abrams, AccuWeather chief meteorologist
    11/27/2012, 6:59:15 AM

    Tuesday 11:15 a.m.

    The storm, causing mostly rain in Philadelphia and New York City but snow just to their north and west, will continue to affect the Middle Atlantic region this afternoon as it advances through southern New England. The only chance of snow accumulation in either of the two cities mentioned above will be later this afternoon as low-level cold air comes in from the north. It will be a race between dry air ending the precipitation and cold air causing a changeover before the precipitation ends.

    In Providence and Boston, there is a rain versus snow issue, but it appears both areas can receive 1-3 inches of snow overnight. This video shows the setup then proceeds with what to expect for the rest of the week.

    We had some snow from today's system at AccuWeather headquarters in central Pennsylvania:


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