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A disturbance coming in from the Midwest and Great Lakes will move into the Northeast on Thursday, bringing a light round of nuisance snow to parts of the region. Despite little to no snowfall accumulation expected, several hours of light snow is possible, which may lead to tricky travel conditions on the road. This event will begin tonight as a band of moderate to heavy snow passes through northern Pennsylvania and western New York. Because this snow will be taking place at night, which involves a decrease in both air temperature and solar radiation, we may seem some limited accumulations. We’re not talking any significant snow, but generally a coating maxing out at 2 inches is expected. Then on Thursday, that snow will move east toward the New York City Tri-State Area. It will be interesting to watch how this snow evolves in the city. The southern boroughs may deal…