Snow To Make Roads Slushy, Icy From DC To Philadelphia, NYC Into Tuesday Night

By AccuWeather

Episodes of snow and slippery travel will affect the mid-Atlantic states and parts of New England through Thursday.

A series of weak storms moving in from the Midwest will spread rounds of snow across the Northeast.

Enough snow will fall to cause slippery roads, airline delays and disruptions to some daily school and work activities.

While the snow through Thursday will be light and intermittent much of the time, there will be a couple of episodes when it can snow hard, almost like a summertime thunderstorm regime.

Continue reading at AccuWeather: Snow To Make Roads Slushy, Icy From DC To Philadelphia, NYC Into Tuesday Night

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