A fast-moving storm system will put continue to put down a swath of 1- to 3-inch snow overnight and will finish up in New England. Follow along with our live blog for the latest on this winter weather situation.
In the wake of snow and rain in the I-95 Northeast, icy spots will follow in some areas as temperatures dip.
The latest snowfall forecast map can be found on the AccuWeather.com Winter Weather Center.
3:45 p.m. EST Tuesday: Rain continues to fall at JFK and La Guardia airports in New York. Precipitation was ending from west to east over the Philadelphia area.
1:40 p.m. EST Tuesday: Latest snow totals: Saylorsburg, PA., 4.3"; Furlong, Pa., 3.3"; Quakertown, Pa., 2.5"; Rockaway Township, N.J., 3.5"; Whitehouse, N.J., 2.2". Full list of snow totals.
1:00 p.m. EST Tuesday: We have compiled a collection of snow photos from the mid-Atlantic.
12:45 p.m EST Tuesday: It is snowing in New York City, but raining in Philadelphia.
12:15 p.m. EST Tuesday: Latest snow totals: Glenmoore, Pa., 4.3"; Summit Hill, Pa., 3.5"; Albrightsville, Pa., 3.0"; Wantage, N.J., 2.0".
11:45 a.m. EST Tuesday: Heaviest snow report so far from the storm moving into mid-Atlantic looks like 5.0 inches at Davis, W.Va.
10:15 a.m. EST Tuesday: "The main road through #Perkasie, PA is starting to turn white after being only wet all morning," tweeted @wadefulp to @breakingweather. A live camera shows the snow-covered roadway.
10:00 a.m. EST Tuesday: Snow totals so far: Pocono Summit, Pa., 2.0"; Graterford, Pa., 1.2"; Glenmoore, Pa., 1.8"; Newton, N.J., 1.5"; Wantage, N.J., 1.0".
9:00 a.m. EST Tuesday: "Two different worlds: center city Philly wet & 39 degrees. Just 25 mi NW, heavy snow falling faster than 1 inch/hr & sticking everywhere," tweeted AccuWeather Chief Forecaster Elliot Abrams (@accuElliot).
7:45 a.m. EST Tuesday: "The heaviest snow band if you want to call it that, runs from Allentown to Bedford, Pa. Mix area is over Philly," tweeted AccuWeather Expert Senior Meteorologist Henry Margusity (@Accu_Henry).
7:00 a.m. EST Tuesday: A rain and snow mix is now falling in Philadelphia. New York City is still mild in the lower 40s. Snow may not begin until the early afternoon in New York City.
6:30 a.m. EST Tuesday: Snow totals from the storm so far include: Finzel, Md., 2.0 inches; Oakland, Md., 2.0 inches; Silver Lake, W.Va., 3.0 inches; Athurdale, W.Va., 2.0 inches; Cranesville, W.Va., 1.5 inches.
6:00 a.m. EST Tuesday: Snow is approaching New York City and should be light for the next few hours. Rain can mix in as well and temperatures at or above freezing should keep roads mainly wet.
4:30 a.m. EST Tuesday: Light snow has spread as far east as the Poconos with a coating to an inch in many places. You'll need to leave extra time to brush off your car this morning in the southern half of Pennsylvania.
3:30 a.m. EST Tuesday: Light snow is falling from Columbus, Ohio, to Pittsburgh, Pa. Interstates that can be slick this early morning include I-70, I-76, I-77 and I-80 in Ohio and I-68, I-76, I-79, I-80 and I-99 in Pennsylvania. Snow will spread eastward along the Pennsylvania Turnpike over the next several hours.
2:30 a.m. EST Tuesday: Temperatures are near to just below the freezing mark from Harrisburg, Pa., to New York City. Expect temperatures to drop several degrees as the snow begins in the next few hours. Snow accumulation before daybreak can lead to slick and snow-covered roads for the morning commute.
Episodes of snow and slippery travel are forecast prior to the departure of arctic air this weekend around Detroit.
Episodes of snow and slippery travel are forecast prior to the departure of arctic air this weekend around Cleveland.
Dense fog encompassed the city of London Wednesday morning, delaying flights and halting the morning commute.
Yet another blast of arctic air will roll southeastward this week over the Midwest and will reach the Northeast.
After a severe ice storm knocked out power for thousands last weekend, the weather ahead is looking brighter for the city.
Episodes of snow and slippery travel are forecast prior to the departure of arctic air this weekend around Pittsburgh.
Kent, WA (near Seattle) (1969)
Waterspout moved inland over Kent, south of Seattle; 5 mile path, damage to residences; 0 killed.
The West (1995)
Monster storm slams into coast. Winds gusted to nearly 120 mph at Sea Lion Caves, OR. 80 mph winds at San Francisco, CA. 12.25" of rain fell in Marin, CA. 1.5 million people in the Bay area without power.
Dover, DE (1899)
24.0" snow; December record.