What to Expect: Storm Team 4 Breaks Down Latest Snow Projections, Timeline

The first major East Coast snowstorm of 2018 has much of the tri-state area in its crosshairs, with more than 12 inches of the white stuff possible in spots along the coast and up to half a foot possible in the city. The track of the storm remains highly uncertain, but at the very least, it's going to be a mess for hundreds of thousands of people. Storm Team 4 breaks down the latest forecast and expectations. Check the latest school closings here.

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Updated snow total projections
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Here's what to expect Thursday as the storm hits the tri-state
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Updated snow total projections around the tri-state
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Thundersnow showed up on Storm Tracker 4 in Suffolk County. Did you hear it?
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Moderate to high impacts for the storm around the tri-state.
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Updated 10-day forecast
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