How much snow will I see from Wednesday's storm?

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February 4, 2014, 10:13 pm
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(NECN) - New England faces Round Two of snowstorms this week on Wednesday when a system moves in overnight and will last for most of the day.

Meteorologist Nelly Carreno says Nantucket will see the least amount of snow, while Martha's Vineyard and the outer Cape sees about three inches. New England's southern coast will see about four inches, and those around Providence and Hartford will see around six inches of snow.

Boston over to areas of southern Worcester County and Springfield, Mass. will see about nine inches of snow, and once one gets west and north of I-95 and into central areas of Vermont and New Hampshire, snow totals will jump to at least 12 inches. From there, snow totals gradually taper off.

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