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Snow Continues To Pelt Northern New England

UPDATED 8:30 AM EST, February 28, 2013

UPDATED By WeatherBug Meteorologist, Seth Carrier

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As February comes to a close, the same winter storm that has plagued the Northern Tier over the past few days will continue to bring fresh snowfall to northern New England.

Snow continues to fly this morning as a stubborn area of low pressure slowly crawls eastward out of the eastern Great Lakes. While the heaviest snow has already come to an end, snow will still accumulate through the rest of the day from Vermont to northern Maine.

While the Green Mountains may only see another couple of inches of new snowfall, an additional 4 to 8 inches may pile up by Friday morning from New Hampshire`s White Mountains to the northernmost reaches of Maine.

Winter Storm Warnings and Winter Weather Advisories remain in place from northern New Hampshire to northern Maine. Travel will be hazardous across these regions, with the heavy weight of the snow also leading to a few power disruptions.

Fortunately, the storm will depart the New England coastline for the open North Atlantic by Friday afternoon. In its wake, however, it will keep the eastern U.S. in a windy and chilly weather pattern for the first couple days of March.

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