Light snow may affect Thursday morning commutes in high elevations

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The second winter storm front of the week is poised to move through northern Arizona tonight and Thursday, bringing rain and up to several inches of snow above 7,000 feet, according to the National Weather Service. Currently, the record low for the year was set at 22 on Monday. Travel conditions should be improving as the snow is ending, however, colder air is digging in and wet roads that have thawed a little Thursday afternoon will turn icy after sunset.

"So yes... we are looking at the likelihood of a snow storm Saturday night, starting right around sunset... and then tapering off before sunrise on Sunday morning", Hudson Valley Weather wrote on its website.

Lower temperatures and additional snowfall are expected early next week as well, the NWS said. Rain late. High: Mid-upper 40s.

Saturday will be mostly sunny and cooler with highs in the 30s.

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According to the service's seven-day forecast for Boston, the snow will fall mainly after 10 p.m. on Saturday night in the city.

By Tuesday morning, more than nine inches of snow had fallen at Arizona Snowbowl and the Flagstaff region has a 74 percent chance of seeing more snow.

Also gusty winds are likely to hit 40 miles per hour or stronger and could produce blowing and drifting snow leading to hazardous travel impacts. Highs will again reach the mid-50s.

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