Storm expected to drop several inches of snow on Interior Alaska

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Extended: The main upper level storm system will be pulling away from the area on Monday, but we're likely to remain windy and chilly.

Some forecasts had been calling for a significant snow fall event in the Northeast by Tuesday or Wednesday of this week.

Today: Partly cloudy & cool with a light wind this morning.

Along the Atlantic coastal regions of the state, winds may reach 20-30 miles per hour with gusts over 40 miles per hour.

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Tuesday: Rain to snow in the metro area.

Wednesday: Snow showers possible. But most of the forecasts are calling for this developing coastal storm to stay to the south and then push out to sea Wednesday.

The greatest chance for seeing higher totals will be in counties north and west of the D.C. There is ample cold air to start off on Tuesday so many may wake up to snow in Frederick, northern Montgomery, Hagerstown and Howard counties, Theodore said.

On Tuesday before 11 a.m., there will be rain and sleet, changing into rain, snow and sleet. Thursday will likely the warmest day of the week, but we also expect the wind to be strong so fire weather will likely be a concern for some areas. In addition, blowing snow could create some travel problems overnight and early Monday as gusts exceed 30-40 miles per hour at times.

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