Blizzard Warning Throughout New England
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A significant winter storm that could impact New England is looking more and more likely for Saturday, although some key factors are not set in stone.
The arctic front responsible for snow showers and squalls is moving offshore in time for this weekend.
A quiet, cold Sunday is preceding snowfall and a wintry mix on Monday across New England.
Intensifying low pressure, also know as cyclogenesis, is responsible for the 'warmer' heavy wind and minor snowfall of earlier Friday.
Light snow and flurries could fall in New England late Tuesday.
Wednesday night into Thursday, the air could feel as low as 40 below zero in some parts of New England.
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