By Alex Sosnowski – AccuWeather
While the upcoming weather pattern will not bring 2-3 feet of snow from a single giant storm, rounds of snow from multiple storms will create travel delays in the northeastern United States during the first part of this week.
The episodes of snow will cause slippery roads, airline delays and disruptions to some daily school and work activities, even in the absence of a single major snowstorm.
Snowstorm to blast southeastern New England with heavy snow on Monday
The storm which produced a cold rain and even some wet snow and sleet in the Carolinas on Sunday will swing out to sea, but still catch southeastern New England with snow and wind on Monday.
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