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Another storm could dump about 8 inches of snow on the Big Apple amid bitterly cold temperatures this week, forecasters said.
Flurries are expected to start falling on the boroughs Thursday morning and continue through Friday, according to AccuWeather meteorologist Adam Sadvary.
Four to 8 inches are tentatively expected, but that depends on the path of the low-pressure system, according to the forecaster.
“There is a lot of concern as to how far south the system is going to be,” he said. “And that is going to have an impact on how much snow the city really gets to see.”
While earlier predictions indicated that the city could see up to a foot, Sadvary said that’s “a low possibility right now.”
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