Winter Weather Advisory: Snow is coming, got milk (and bread)?

Early storm dumps up to 6 inches of snow on mid-Atlantic

Winter Weather Advisory: Snow is coming, got milk (and bread)?

The storm hit Central, and South Texas and San Antonio had 2.5 inches of snow.

The first snowfall of the season has arrived in Southern New England.

Alabama picked up one inch of snow last night -- in Mobile, for the first time since January 2014. Several school systems in Georgia were closed.

Winter storm watches (blue) and winter weather advisories (purple) are in effect in parts of Upstate New York this weekend.

At Philadelphia International Airport, the weather was resulting in delays averaging close to an hour for incoming flights.

A winter storm warning remains in effect until 7 p.m. with heavy mixed precipitation occurring in Sussex and Kent counties. The advisory also includes the five boroughs of New York City, Westchester and Nassau Counties, and Southern Connecticut.

Snow is expected to continue into the evening, and with temperatures now below freezing, some slush-hardening and road icing certainly is possible. In summary, the higher amounts and the longest duration of light snow is expected east and southeast.

Up to 8 inches has been measured in southern DE, and the National Weather Service says that some localized bands of heavy snow could bump up totals elsewhere. Be prepared for snow covered roads and limited visibilities, and use caution while driving.

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