Winter storm on the move, where it will hit next

ABC News senior meteorologist Rob Marciano tracks the latest temperatures and conditions across the country.
0:52 | 12/03/19

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inside to rob who has the latest on where the storm is heading and when. Good morning, rob. Good morning. Just inland is where the snow is really piling up. This is about an hour west of Boston, over a foot of snow falling in Wooster so snowplows digging out. Albany seeing over 20 inches of snow, the biggest event they've had since 2003. Now it is a nor'easter and seeing eastern new England get peppered with snow. Let's talk about this, Boston, you could see another two to four inches of snow, gio mentioned the winds, 40-mile-per-hour wind, New York City will see gusts as well. For the most part the snow is over in New York City and over in Boston after lunchtime but winding up in Maine with snows continuing through tonight. Finally ending late tonight but temperatures will be below freezing so roads tomorrow morning will be slick. Robin. Got to keep that in mind.

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