Wet Snow Could Accumulate Up to 4 Inches

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    NEWSLETTERS

    Janice Huff's late evening forecast for Wednesday, February 13.

    Wet snow could accumulate up to 4 inches in some areas overnight.

    The fast-moving storm developed Wednesday night to the south and west, and it will slide up the coast. Snow will mostly accumulate between 9 p.m. and 4 a.m.

    Most of the area could see a slushy coating to 2 inches, while the eastern end of Long Island could see as much as 2 to 4 inches. Those communities are still digging out from the weekend storm that dumped more than 30 inches.

    Temperatures are expected to drop by the weekend and a coastal storm bringing some light snow may be on the way late Friday night into Saturday. 

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    Here are your forecasts through the week: 

    THURSDAY: AM snow possible at coast, then mostly cloudy and breezy.
    HIGH: 45

    FRIDAY: Sun & clouds, breezy.
    HIGH: 50

    SATURDAY: Mostly cloudy, chance of snow at night.
    HIGH: 39

    SUNDAY: AM snow possible, otherwise cold and windy.
    HIGH: 30

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