Temperatures will be marginally cold for snow along the coast, but depending on the exact track of the storm, there could be significant snow over inland areas as well as northern New England.
Stormtracker 19 Meteorologists expect a light rain/snow mix late Sunday night and early Monday morning to transition to snow Monday afternoon. Of course, exact path of the surface low will dictate where that narrow band of very heavy snow sets up.
A weather service advisory said to plan for hard travel conditions, including during the Monday evening commute with winds gusting as high as 35 miles per hour causing areas of blowing and drifting snow.
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The anticipated snow amounts Monday and Tuesday would be the biggest of a winter that so far has only produced 20 inches of snow as measured at the North Dakota State Hospital. A Woodstock resident reported having an inch and a half of snow on the ground, and Tolland firefighters responded to a car-utility pole crash before dawn. There will be high travel impacts due to snow/slush covered roadways and reduced visibility. Right now the parts of the forecast that are of highest confidence are timing and the fact that we will see a change from rain to snow throughout the event. Weather looks nice Tuesday.
If the storm tracks farther offshore, then more snow than rain may unfold along the I-95 corridor with mounting disruptions to travel and daily routines. Riley's path gave the Friday storm an unusually strong cyclone that whipped winds through the northeast with hurricane force.
Most of the mid-Atlantic will only see rain, but New York City and cities north of it will see higher accumulations of snow. Before that, it was last been seen after the Patriots Day nor'easter in 2007.
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Timing: Wednesday morning/midday through early Thursday morning (before daybreak).
ADDITIONAL DETAILS.Plan on slippery road conditions, including during the evening commute on Monday. Snow could be coming down an inch an hour by Monday evening, especially west of the Mississippi. The snow will become scattered on Tuesday, eventually tapering off. The next storm to arrive could bring more steady rain and/or snow to the region by Sunday. There is also the possibility of a light glaze of ice at the onset of the storm.
About 450 miles of interstate highway was closed on Monday in South Dakota in response to bad driving conditions caused by a major winter storm. "It will disrupt cleanup and restoration operations and is likely to cause a new but less extreme round of travel delays, power outages and damage from falling trees".
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A blustery weekend marked the start of March, and even with winter's end in sight, the weather pattern is morphing into a stormy state.
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