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Storm to Side-Swipe New England Wednesday

New England will receive a glancing blow from a storm system on Wednesday. An area of low pressure will pass to New England's north with a secondary low spawning to the south. This secondary low pressure will pass well offshore of New England, limiting the storm's impact in New England.

Despite this, some scattered showers (rain and snow) will be possible across New England during the day Wednesday. With the storm passing to the south, the most widespread showers will be along the south coast.

Isolated to scattered showers will be possible across much of New England, although a vast majority of the day will be dry outside of the south coast. With cold air in place, any showers outside of the south coast could produce snow or a rain/snow mix. The showers will generally be light and any accumulations will be very minimal.

Snow showers will likely be most widespread across southern and central Vermont. Up to an inch of snow will be possible across higher elevations. In the valleys, a rain/snow mix is expected with generally less than an inch of precipitation likely.

Probability of seeing at least 2 inches of snow. The highest chance is 30% in southern Vermont:

Showers will be most numerous in the morning with lingering isolated showers in the afternoon, but, again, coverage will not be widespread overall. The showers will wind down in the evening with drier conditions for the rest of the week. A warm-up will also begin on Thursday. Temperatures will also be warming back to near average.

Expected weather Wednesday morning and Wednesday midday. Afternoon activity should be spotty at best:



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