TIMELINE: 2 Weekend Storms Hitting Region With Snow

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Saturday's storm will mostly impact Southern New England.
Travel on Saturday morning may be messy thanks to snow.
Some snow showers linger in Western New England by noon on Saturday, but it will have mostly moved east by then.
The storm will have mostly moved out of eastern Massachusetts and New Hampshire by 3 p.m., but lingers in southern Maine and on Cape Cod.
The storm is mostly out to sea by 6 p.m. on Saturday, but Western New England will see some pop-up snow showers that evening.
A look at snow showers in Vermont, New Hampshire, Connecticut and Western and Central Massachusetts at 9 p.m.
The storm is still on the edges of coastal Maine and some snow showers still linger in western New England by midnight on Sunday, but the first storm has otherwise cleared from the region. However, there's another storm on the way hitting Sunday night.
The storm is still approaching New England by 10 p.m. Sunday, but there's a rain/mix/snow line with this storm that could make Monday's morning commute dicey.
Most in New England are seeing snow by 1 a.m. Monday, but sleet and rain are mixing in on Cape Cod.
The rain/mix/snow line will start to creep farther inland in southern New England by 3 a.m. Monday
By 7 a.m. Monday, southeastern Massachusetts, all of Rhode Island and eastern Connecticut will see mostly rain and a wintry mix; the rest of New England will see snow.
Things are still holding steady with the snow/mix/rain line in New England at 9 a.m. - which will make Monday's morning commute tough.
The storm has cleared out of most of Connecticut and the rain/mix/snow line has moved farther north by 11 a.m. Monday.
The storm has cleared most of the region by 4 p.m., but snow still lingers in Vermont, northern New Hampshire and most of Maine.
A look at snow totals in Boston and southeastern Massachusetts for Saturday's storm.
A look at estimated snow totals across New England for Saturday's storm.
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