Storm Intensifying: Thunder, Heavy Snow

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By Quincy Vagell on March 6, 2013, 2:45pm Last modified: March 6, 2013, 8:58pm

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Low pressure along the Delmarva coast was producing thunderstorms over eastern Maryland and Delaware, with heavy snowfall just to the west across Virginia and interior Maryland.

As low pressure slowly moves east-northeast, an area of precipitation will eventually move into Connecticut. With the center of the storm staying south of Long Island for several hours, winds out of the ENE this evening will cause minor to moderate coastal flooding, especially across western Long Island Sound.
The storm is expected to make a loop south of Cape Cod Thursday night, throwing back some additional moisture into the area. The potential exists for several inches of snow with that second round of snow, especially in NW Connecticut.

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