PHOTOS: Tracking the 4th Nor’easter of March

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A First Alert is in effect for the entire area through Wendesday for rain and heavy, wet snow, strong winds, and coastal flooding.
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Confidence in the models is high that we will see the effects of this storm through Wednesday, that we will see strong winds, and shore points will be dealing with coastal flooding. The exact amount of snow that falls will depend on exactly where the bands of heavy snow set up and drop the most.
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By the morning rush, Wednesday, almost everyone will see heavy, wet snow falling and it will last all day long.
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8 hours later, you can see the snow is still in place.
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It's not until late Wednesday that we will see this massive storm start to move out of the area.
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The strong winds combined with that heavy, wet snow could lead to downed trees and power lines. Be prepared with a plan to be without power.
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Shore points are expected to see moderate coastal flooding, especially during high tide.
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Estimated snow totals for the region.
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The timing and expected totals for Philadelphia and Delaware County.
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The timing and expected totals for the Pennsylvania suburbs.
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The timing and expected totals for the Jersey Shore and coastal Delaware.
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The timing and expected totals for South Jersey.
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The timing and expected totals for Northern Delaware.
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The timing and expected totals for Lehigh and Berks counties.
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