The National Weather Service is forecasting as much as 6-12″ of snow will fall from today through Tuesday afternoon. Travelers on portions of I-95 may find it difficult, however most locations along I-95 from Virginia to New Hampshire will see mostly flurries with little accumulation.
The coldest surge of arctic air so far this season is well under way across the northern tier states. This arctic intrusion will be the widespread cold temperatures that will likely set record low temperatures across many locations from the Plains eastward to the East Coast and down into the Deep South through Wednesday. This will make it feel like in the middle of winter rather than in November for much of the eastern two-thirds of the country for the next few days.
In addition to the arctic cold, snow is expected to fall across a wide area behind the arctic cold front. Snow will pick up in intensity over upstate New York and northern New England as the low pressure center passes just to the south.
6 to 12 inches of snow with locally higher amounts are forecast for northern New York and northern Vermont by Wednesday morning.
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