And while road conditions aren't expected to completely deteriorate in this area, visibility was less than a mile in many locations early this morning.
This storm is pretty far offshore, so don't expect to much wind, according to the National Weather Service.
New York City experienced the eighth snowiest April day in the city's history. The snowfall is predicted to be heaviest until 11 a.m. ET but a winter weather advisory remains in effect until 2 p.m. ET in NY.
As of now, the weather service says it can not rule out the potential for yet another storm to affect the region by Friday or Saturday.
Saturday will be cold and windy, with gusts of up to 35 miles per hour. There will be some light snow and rain showers midday Monday, then the main section arrives tonight.
Tuesday: Cloudy with snow continuing.
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The National Weather Service issued a Winter Weather Advisory yesterday which started at 2 a.m. on Monday and remains in effect until 2 p.m. Total wet snow accumulations of 3 to 6 inches are expected.* WHERE.In Maryland, Central and Eastern Allegany.
Forecasters say spring is on hold for now as a winter-like snow storm arrives in the Upper Midwest.
Workers shovel snow in front of Yankee Stadium on April 2.
Some of that snow might reach portions of the interior Northeast (mainly western Pennsylvania into upstate NY and northern New England) Saturday night into early Sunday.
Snowfall in the city generally ranged between 3 and 6-inches, with some locally higher amounts.
Drier-than-expected air near the surface helped to evaporate the snow before it reached the ground, Jones said.