NWS ALBANY NY
645 AM THU DEC 18 2014
A LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM OVER NOVA SCOTIA WILL BEGIN TO MOVE EASTWARD AWAY FROM THE REGION TONIGHT WITH HIGHER PRESSURE BUILDING IN AS WE HEAD INTO THE WEEKEND. SNOW SHOWERS WILL CONTINUE INTO THE EVENING HOWEVER THEY WILL BE MOST NUMEROUS THIS MORNING AND ACROSS THE HIGHER TERRAIN.
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