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National Weather Service: 10 To 20 Inches Of Snow Possible In Next Two Days

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The National Weather Service has changed its previous winter storm watch to a winter storm warning to take effect at noon on Tuesday to 7 p.m. on Wednesday.

The NWS also increased its estimates of snow accumulation from 5 to 10 inches to 10 to 20 inches.

Near freezing temperatures expected Tuesday afternoon, dropping to the upper 20s Tuesday night and Wednesday.

The NWS warns that the snow and strong winds expected from this storm will make travel "very hazardous."

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