Another blast of snow makes its way into Northeast

BOSTON — Another round of snow has made its way into the Northeast as states continue to dig out from earlier storms.

Snow began falling in Boston on Saturday afternoon, and New England is expected to be hardest hit by the latest blast.

The National Weather Service says 10 to 14 inches of snow is expected in eastern Massachusetts and parts of Rhode Island. Connecticut could see 8 to 10 inches along its Rhode Island border.

In Maine, forecasts call for 12 to 18 inches of snow beginning Saturday night. Southeastern New Hampshire could get 6 to 10 inches.

Farther south, New York City could see to 4 inches through Saturday night. The city got nearly a foot of snow Thursday.

In eastern Pennsylvania, forecasters predicted 2 to 5 inches before evening.

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