Winter storm warning in effect in parts of northern New England

February 18, 2014, 11:41 am
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(NECN) - Another winter storm is en route to New England Tuesday, and some parts of the region will see more than half a foot of snow.

New Hampshire, Maine and Vermont are expected to receive the most significant snowfall, with a winter storm warning in effect in parts of southern and eastern New Hampshire, extending into Maine. A winter weather advisory is in effect for some other parts of those states and Vermont.

The last remnants of the storm system are expected to exit the region before Wednesday's morning commute.

The majority of northern New England is expected to see five to seven inches of snowfall.

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