Could The Eastern US Face More Snow Later This Week?

By  – AccuWeather

In the wake of the historic Blizzard of 2016, many in the East may be wondering how long until another snowstorm strikes. It is possible that another targets the Northeast later this week.

Communities still digging out from the blizzard in the mid-Atlantic and far southern New England will welcome a break from powerful snowstorms through at least midweek.

It is not out of the question for cold air to catch up with a band of rain and allow nuisance snow to return to the I-95 corridor late Tuesday night into Wednesday, but the potential for more substantial snow may come later in the week.

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