Gearing up for snow: How much can we expect?

A frigid night is on tap with temperatures dipping to zero and wind chills below zero overnight Tuesday into Wednesday.

Wednesday will be dry, as well, with sunshine followed by increasing clouds. Temperatures will top out in the middle 20s.

A storm coming up the eastern seaboard will deliver snow from late Wednesday night through Thursday. This will be a disruptive snowstorm, which will bring the area a general accumulation of six to 12 inches of snow, with locally higher amounts possible.

Depending on the exact track of the storm, expected snowfall amounts could change, so make sure you stay tuned to 69 News, and AccuWeather Channel for updates on the approaching storm.

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