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Another blast of winter weather expected tonight

Written by Tim Lambert, witf Multimedia News Director | Feb 8, 2016 4:40 AM
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(Tim Lambert/WITF)

(State College) -- More winter weather is headed toward the midstate.

The National Weather Service in State College says a  winter storm watch is slated to go into effect tonight through late tomorrow night for Adams, Lancaster and York counties.

Expected snow accumulations through tomorrow night are:

4-8 inches in Adams and York counties.

3-7 inches in Franklin and Lancaster counties.

2-6 inches in Dauphin, Cumberland and Juniata counties.

2-4 inches in Berks and Lebanon Counties.

The rest of the region will see two inches of snow or less.

The latest snowfall comes more than two weeks after an historic winter storm dropped up to 34 inches of snow in some parts of central PA.

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