(NECN/Weather Channel) - Heavy snow is falling down in much of New England.
One place that doesn't need it is Worcester, Mass., where they've already gotten more than their fair share.
Worcester was almost at a foot by 10 a.m. Friday, and they don't need it. They are over two feet above snow average on season.
The visibility is horrible in Worcester. Winds are blowing 20-30 mph.
The roads, including Rt. 9, are being plowed as best they can, but the conditions aren't very good.
Saturday will be sunshine and 40-degree temperatures, though.
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