New Englanders brace for more snow

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December 16, 2013, 9:46 pm
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(NECN: Greg Wayland, Newton, Mass.) - New Englanders aren't getting much of a chance to put down their snow shovels and breathe between storms. After a weekend storm, more snow is expected to blanket the area Tuesday.

Some people NECN spoke to weren't too excited by the prospect of having to drive in snow, noting longer than usual commutes and black ice.

There were, however, others who seemed to be taking the upcoming snowfall in stride, saying they are ready for more of the fluffy white stuff.

NECN's Greg Wayland has the complete story.

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