Update at 2:00 a.m. EST Tuesday: This blog is no longer being updated live. Click here to read a recap of the snow and ice storm that caused disruptions from the Midwest to the Northeast.
Snow and ice continues to push northward, impacting travel in the Northeast.
Snow is falling across northern New York and New England with a zone of freezing rain to the south.
The storm started to wind down for southeastern New England after the evening hours, while central and northern New England continued to get snow through the night and early Tuesday morning.
1:35 a.m. EST Tuesday: Freezing rain and drizzle that had been falling almost constantly since noon on Monday has finally changed over to rain.
12:50 a.m. EST Tuesday: Precipitation in Portland, Maine continued to fall as light snow, and was expected to continue as such with temperatures in the area around 23 degrees.
12:05 a.m. EST Tuesday: The storm was winding down, across much of the northeast. But very light freezing drizzle and snow is still in Massachusetts, New Hampshire and southern Maine.
11: 25 p.m. EST Monday: Freezing drizzle continued to fall in the Albany, New York area, causing slick roadways and some dangerous travel.
10:16 p.m. EST Monday: After a an hour break from the snow in Concord, New Hampshire, the light snow has started up again with some limiting visibility.
8:43 p.m. EST Monday: Snow in Boston changed over to a wintry mix of snow and freezing drizzle. Temperatures were at 28 degrees.
8:03 p.m. EST Monday: Freezing rain ended in Hartford, Connecticut. But fog and low visibility persisted through the night.
6:30 p.m. EST Monday: Fog takes it's place behind the rain in northeastern Pennsylvania. Scraton had visibility below 3 miles.
6:15 p.m. EST Monday: Detroit Metropolitan, La Guardia, Newark International and Philadelphia International airports are all reporting flight delays for inbound flights.
5:30 p.m. EST Monday: Roads are slick and dangerous across much of New York state, while commuters head home from work. A 511 New York road conditions map from the New York Department of Transportation below shows snow or ice-covered roads in pink:
3:45 p.m. EST Monday Latest snow totals include: 2.0 inches in West Hartford, Conn.; 1.5 inches in Windsor Lock, Conn.; 1.2 inches in Manchester, Conn.; 1.5 inches in Westfield, Mass.; 1.3 inches in Ludlow, Mass.; 0.5 of an inch in West Springfield, Mass.
2:30 p.m. EST Monday: Heavy snow is reducing the visibility to 1/4 of a mile in Burlington, Vt. Local Radar
1:25 p.m. EST Monday: Freezing rain and sleet is changing over to rain in the New York City area. Meanwhile, snow has spread into Worcester, Mass. Boston is up next. With very cold roadway temperatures, there will be rapidly deteriorating roadway conditions.
12:20 p.m. EST Monday: Flights are being delayed at Ronald Reagan Washington National, Newark International, John F Kennedy International and Philadelphia International airports due to the storm.
11:00 a.m. EST Monday: Snow was spreading eastward across Connecticut and Long Island.
10:30 a.m. EST Monday: Areas of rain, freezing rain and sleet were occurring along I-83.
10:15 a.m. EST Monday: Snow was beginning to fall in parts of central and western Massachusetts as well as southern Vermont.
10:00 a.m. EST Monday: Snow was falling at a moderate pace in Manhattan.
9:50 a.m. EST Monday: Snow and ice had changed to rain in South Philly. Plain rain was falling in Baltimore
9:10 a.m. EST Monday: Snow was about to begin to fall in parts of western Connecticut.
9:05 a.m. EST Monday: A glaze of ice about one-third of an inch thick was covering exposed surfaces in Grantsville, Md., which is in the western end of the Panhandle.
9:00 a.m. EST Monday: Freezing rain was changing to plain rain in Richmond, Va.
9:00 a.m. EST Monday: Rain was falling in metro Washington, D.C. with a temperature of 34 degrees.
8:50 a.m. EST Monday: Snow was beginning to fall along portions of the N.Y. Thruway (I-87) from New York City to Albany.
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Ice storm thumbnail photo taken in northeastern Missouri on Saturday, Jan. 27, 2013, by AccuWeather Facebook fan Eric C.
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