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    Snowy in Eastern New England

    By Elliot Abrams, AccuWeather chief meteorologist
    3/07/2013, 6:34:46 AM

    Thursday 10 a.m.

    The snow that was sequestered from downtown D.C. yesterday was appropriated for Boston this morning, where the snow and a temperature drop to the freezing point turned the morning commute into a nightmare. Since a liberal amount of snow (3-6 inches in many spots from Providence on past Boston (some computer models print out much more, but we'll watch it for now)) will fall tonight, it will be very slippery with poor visibility. Conservative driving habits may keep you independent from injury or accidents.

    The cold air will depart this weekend, and a welcome sojourn toward springtime weather will spread from Chicago to Boston between Friday and Sunday.

    Here is our working draft of projected snow amounts. This draft map is updated regularly is not to be copied elsewhere.


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