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Winter Weather Advisory Cancelled

This article is more than 11 years old.

A potential storm that some meteorologists predicted could have dumped as many as six inches of snow on Cape Cod has shifted too far to the east to impact Southern New England.

Early Saturday morning the National Weather Service cancelled a winter weather advisory because a low pressure system developing off the mid-Atlantic coast will remain well south of New England.

Temperatures are forecast to remain in the mid to upper 30's and slowly fall during the afternoon.

However, the National Weather Service says by the time temperatures drop, the percipitation will be shifting offshore.

As a result, the Boston area will get only a dusting to one inch of snow.

There will be little or no accumulation north and west of the city.

The National Weather Service predicts there may be two inches of snow south of Boston.

This program aired on February 11, 2012.


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