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LOW PRESSURE WILL MOVE ACROSS SOUTHERN QUEBEC ON SATURDAY AND WILL DRAG ANOTHER ARCTIC FRONT THROUGH NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND SATURDAY EVENING AND NIGHT. ENOUGH WAA AND MOISTURE SHOULD BE PRESENT FOR A PERIOD OF LIGHT SNOW OR SNOW SHOWERS SATURDAY AND SATURDAY EVENING. HOWEVER...MOISTURE WILL BE TOO LIMITED FOR ANYTHING SUBSTANTIAL. WOULDN'T BE SURPRISED TO SEE A FEW BRIEF HEAVY SNOW SQUALLS WITH THE FRONT HOWEVER.
Meh. Not really a "storm" and not big enough to warrant a thread. Vermont may get 3 to 5 I suppose, but, again, meh'ish.
But they clearly labeled it as "Potential", so it's not irresponsible at all.