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NEW: Weekend Storm Will Last Longer But Be Weaker In Central MA

Saturday, February 23, 2013

 

Data coming in overnight indicates that this upcoming storm will last a bit longer but likely be much weaker than earlier anticipated in the Worcester area.

Light, spotty snow should get underway later today and probably extend off and on through tonight into Sunday. Then a light but steadier snow will extend into Sunday night or early Monday.

Lower accumulations

It now looks like accumulations will be much lower than earlier forecast. The early part of the “storm” could render 1”-3” with another 2”-3” later Sunday and Sunday night. So when all is said and done early Monday total storm accumulations will be generally in the 3”-6” category throughout most of Central Massachusetts.

This has been a nightmare of a “storm” to try to get a handle on and quite likely there will be more forecast changes over the next couple of days. So, as they say, “stay tuned."

 

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