Say it isn't snow! Springtime storm could bring more snow to tri

Say it isn't snow! Springtime storm could bring more snow to tri

Say it isn't snow! Springtime storm could bring more snow to tri

Snow fell across northern New Jersey at a rate of about an inch an hour early Monday, with a winter weather advisory stretching from Pennsylvania to southeast MA.

The snow and gusty winds are courtesy of an intensifying area of low pressure moving from Colorado on Monday to MI by Tuesday night. Before that, however, rain, sleet and snow will make for a miserable morning on Tuesday, though there is expected to be little accumulation, according to the National Weather Service.

Temperatures could reach into the 60s on Wednesday, but again, there could be rain in the forecast.

The snow refused to call it quits Monday morning as it taunted long-suffering New Yorkers with another potentially messy commute.

After the snow, spring temperatures aren't expected.

The snow arrived between 3 and 4 a.m.in the Big Apple and temperatures, in the low 40s, tumbled into the low to mid-30s.

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The storm warning stretches from northwestern North Dakota through northern Wisconsin where heavy wet snow of anywhere from 6 to 10 inches was expected through Saturday morning.

Monday's snowstorm came as another storm battered the Midwest over the weekend, dumping a foot of snow in northern Minnesota, Nebraska and Ohio.

The highest snow totals were reported in Wahpeton, N.D., Wadena, Minn., areas and points further east, ranging from eight to 12 inches in Ottertail, Todd and Wadena counties in Minnesota, he said.

Winter weather advisories are also posted from eastern Wyoming to central IL. They issued a winter weather advisory through 1 p.m. Monday for Lehigh, Northampton and Carbon counties.

Some schools were holding delayed openings and few were closed. 1 to 3 inches accumulation likely.

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