It says this weather system may have a significant impact on travel. That means expect your drive Tuesday morning to be a slow one. The snow will then change over to sleet, freezing rain and rain from north to south.
Snow is expected to begin early Tuesday morning.
Snowfall accumulations of up to two inches possible. Then, from rain to sleet and snow Tuesday night into Wednesday morning. Light snow and rain will continue to bubble up into southern New Jersey (maybe as far north as Interstate 195) throughout the day Monday. "Again, the snow gets here late tonight with 1-2" on the ground by Tuesday morning.
After the mid-week storm pulls out, temperatures will climb past 50 degrees Fahrenheit (10 Celsius) in NY and Washington before a second system starts to move east this weekend.
She did say, however, that the call for more snow than initially projected is valid. A little glaze of ice is possible by late Monday afternoon into the evening north of DC Metro. TUESDAY: Cloudy with snow likely, some fz. drizzle/sleet mixes in south.High: 33.Wind: Bec.
There is a winter weather advisory in effect for parts of Northeast Ohio.
"You've got storm after storm sliding down the sweet spot to produce low-level snow", said Kirby Cook, a meteorologist at Seattle's National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration office. Winter weather advisories and storm watches line the coast from Virginia to ME as well through the Midwest into the Great Lakes.
By Tuesday, the bitter cold tapers off steadily and will reach -1 C by the afternoon, feeling more like -9.
Second, we'll have more wind than with last week's storm, so there could be more power outages.
Windy with snow showers on Wednesday, and near steady temperatures in the mid to upper 20s (-3 degrees Celsius).