Spring snow moving from Plains to Northeast, with cold to follow

Traveling This Weekend? Here is What to Expect

Winter storm expected to create dangerous travel conditions

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. Little snow accumulation is expected here. There is the potential for more than 6 inches of snow across parts of Minnesota, Wisconsin and northern MI - with locally higher totals by Wednesday morning. The storm was a very progressive system, which means it moves fast, rocketing through the city, dubbing enough snow to create for a nuisance through the morning commute.

For Western Allegany, Mineral and Grant Counties...

An accumulation of three to five inches of snow is a possibility in parks and colder surfaces outside Manhattan but meteorologists don't expect more than an inch to stick in urban areas due to a recent streak of warm temperatures.

In New York City, 3 to 5 inches is expected to accumulate overnight and early Monday, according to the National Weather Service. The game has been rescheduled for Tuesday at 4:05 p.m. ET. A WINTER STORM WATCH has been issued for tonight through Tuesday night for the entire area except Iron and Ashland counties.

Eight central Minnesota counties, including Anoka and Washington counties have been placed under winter weather advisory.

A storm track farther north would bring snow to where the air is slightly colder over parts of central and southeastern Pennsylvania to central and northern New Jersey.

Benton County is now under a Winter Storm Warning as a spring snowstorm bears down on the St. Cloud area.

The highest snowfall total from the storm as of Monday afternoon was 9 inches in Tobyhanna, Pa. Snowfall rates of 2 to 4 inches per hour were also reported.

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