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Winter weather causes flight delays

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) -- More snow is trudging into New England and the Northeast even as crews continue cleaning up from a weekend storm.

The latest storm is expected to make its way into southwestern New England by late Tuesday morning and gradually track to the Northeast. The National Weather Service says parts of Maine could see upward of 9 inches.

The tracking website Flightaware.com estimates more than 300 flights were canceled nationwide Tuesday and more than 400 were delayed.

Ahead of the snow, some school districts in Massachusetts, including Worcester, said they'd close early or shutter afternoon programs.

Temperatures were below zero for many parts of the region Tuesday morning and 10 to 15 degrees below normal for this time of year. But those temperatures will start to rise as the weekend approaches and could hit 60 in Boston by Sunday.