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Snow Storm Hits Northeast

Created: 01/02/2014 9:59 AM WDIO.com

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) - The northeastern United States is expected to be pounded by snow.

Snow began falling overnight in parts of New England and New York, but forecasters say it's likely to get a lot heavier tonight, and temperatures are expected to plummet.

Boston is looking at up to 14 inches of snow, and Long Island up to 10 inches with strong wind gusts.

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