Early storm dumps up to 6 inches of snow on mid-Atlantic

Early storm dumps up to 6 inches of snow on mid-Atlantic

Early storm dumps up to 6 inches of snow on mid-Atlantic

Northern Rhode Island could see seven to eight inches of snow Saturday and Sunday, according to the latest forecasts from the National Weather Service. MS and Alabama may see one to three inches by Friday evening, as well as Atlanta, Georgia. Areas south and east of I-195 will see the most snowfall this weekend.

A man walks along a street covered by snow during a winter storm in Washington January 23, 2016. In Edinburg, near Brownsville, one inch of snow fell.

In Georgia, eastern Alabama, and the southern Appalachians, snow is still falling.

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The snow will intensify in the Northeast by mid-Saturday morning and stay in the region until nightfall, and in New England throughout Saturday night.

A Winter Storm Warning is in effect until 1 a.m. Sunday for parts of South Jersey.

But another big factor that could keep down the totals is what has happened over the ocean, weather service meteorologist Chad Shafer said in his mid-morning update.

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The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory in effect from 5 a.m. Fridy to 7 a.m. Saturday.

The snow may briefly mix with rain or sleet across the eastern tip of the North Fork this evening; mixing with rain or sleet on the South Fork is likely this afternoon.

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