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How Much Snow Will Be Outside Your Home by Morning?

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    Matt Noyes breaks down the latest estimated snow totals in New England (Published Tuesday, Feb. 25, 2014)

    (NECN) - One storm just left New England and another arrived to take its place.

    Snow began falling Saturday morning, but conditions worsened as the day went on. Massachusetts Gov. Patrick asked residents in the eastern part of the state to stay off roads between 5 p.m. Saturday and 5 a.m. Sunday.

    There is a blizzard warning in effect from Saturday afternoon through early Sunday morning in Massachusetts for Coastal Essex County, East Coastal Plymouth County, and Cape Cod and the Islands.

    This time around, Southeastern Massachusetts and Eastern Maine will get hit the hardest in regards to snowfall amounts. However, the Cape and the Islands will start off with rain during the afternoon before switching over to snow in the evening.

    The highest snow accumulation will take place in Southeastern Massachusetts and Eastern Maine.

    NECN meteorologist Matt Noyes breaks down the snow totals.

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