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Northeast

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Our winter storm will begin to get its act together as it develops this Saturday. In the Ohio Valley, colder air will intrude, allowing for snow to fall north of the river, although accumulations will be light and between a coating to two inches for most areas–if anything. It’s not until you get into portions of the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast where significant snowfall is expected as the low pressure develops near the Outer Banks. Snow will break out and move into the Mid-Atlantic region this afternoon. Snow is forecast to fall across eastern Ohio into much of Pennsylvania, New York, and down into portions of Maryland and West Virginia, including Washington D.C., Baltimore, and Philadelphia. By the evening and the first half of Saturday night, the snow will expand eastward as our storm quickly develops just off the coast, into cities like New York, Hartford, and Boston. Snow will begin…