I-95 Travelers May See Treacherous Driving Conditions Sunday, Monday

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The National Weather Service forecasts another storm will move in late Sunday night bringing more accumulating snow to the Northeast. There is still uncertainty with the storm track which will determine where the rain-snow line sets up and where axis of heaviest snow occurs.

Snowfall Totals | 3/3/19 | I-95 Exit Guide

Right now, it’s predicted that I-95 travelers will see hazardous driving conditions from Virginia to Maine. Snowfall totals for this storm will range from:

  • 1″- 2″ in Northern Virginia, Maryland, Delaware and New Jersey;
  • 3″-4″ in the New York metro area;
  • 6″-8″ in Connecticut and Rhode Island; and
  • 8″- 12″ from Boston north.

If you must travel during this storm, please be cautious, always wear seat belts, and minimize distractions, by turning off or put away cell-phones and devote full attention to what is ahead on the road.


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