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Storms Systems Could Bring Sleet, Freezing Rain

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NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – Another week. Another winter storm system headed to the Tri-State area.

CBS 2′s Meteorologist Elise Finch says two systems — one from the north and another from the south — will combine and head our way early Tuesday.

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AccuWeather Meteorologist Carl Babinski expects the snow to arrive after midnight on Tuesday. The off-and-on snowfall will continue Tuesday morning and leave up to 2 inches of accumulation.

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By Tuesday night, however, the precipitation is expected to change over to rain and a wintry mix for parts of the area.

On Wednesday morning, sleet and freezing rain threatens to leave area roads icy for the morning commute. The storm could end with a brief period of snow on Wednesday night.

Stay with CBSNewYork.com for the latest on the upcoming storm.

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