Here we go again.
More snow is expected to fall on much of the Bay State and some areas that remain without power could be see another four inches of snow.
The forecast calls for the storm to move into the area Wednesday night and early Thursday morning. Much of the snowfall should be over by 7 a.m. Thursday, according to the National Weather Service. No warnings or watches had been issued as of Tuesday afternoon.
Parts of the South Cost were expected to get the most snow, with a fresh coating of two to four inches falling. That's news people in that part of the state don't need as hundreds of homes and business there are still without power more than three days after the last snowstorm.
Luckily, Boston is expected to see only a coating of an inch or less of snow.
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