DISCUSSION: As a strengthening low pressure system slowly departed the Northeast through the course of the day today, a widespread combination of rain, sleet, and snow overspread much of the interior Northeast corridor. Across parts of New Hampshire, Vermont, and northern New York there were pockets of rather heavy snow which are still continuing in some places as of this evening. As the overnight hours press on, the intensity of the associated snow bands will begin to slowly taper off as daybreak dawns on the interior Northeast tomorrow morning. However, by that point in time, some areas may still pick up a coating to a few wet inches of new snowfall before all is said and done. It is important to point out that although it may seem as though this is an early snowfall event for this part of the country, it is not unusual at all to see even light snowfall accumulations this early in the season across interior sections of the Northeast.
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~Meteorologist Jordan Rabinowitz