UPDATE 6:25 a.m. EST Monday:
Freezing rain in Massachusetts is causing treacherous roadways. School delays have resulted the hazardous travel, according to WBZ in Boston.
The storm that brought a wintry mix to the Midwest Saturday will continue to create slick spots across parts of the Northeast into Monday.
Old man winter is making a visit to cities and towns from northern New York state to Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine, as well as across the neighboring Canadian communities in the St. Lawrence Valley.
While not a blockbuster winter storm, enough snow and ice is falling to create slick and dangerous travel.
Not everyone will see the wintry weather as a nuisance, those hoping to hit the ski slopes across New England will welcome the snow. A fresh 1 to 3 inches is expected to accumulate.
For those looking for an end to the hazardous travel conditions, relief will gradually come in a south-to-north fashion northward to Portland, Maine, and Burlington, Vt., into Monday.
As warmer air flows northward, any snow or wintry mix will change over to rain.
Farther to the south, the rest of the Northeast will remain damp into Monday with steadier rain reaching the mid-Atlantic Monday afternoon as another storm system arrives.
That rain will continue to spread across the Northeast Monday night into Tuesday with more snow and ice across northern New England.
Colder air on the storm's backside will pour across the central Appalachians on Tuesday, but only near the eastern Great Lakes and in the higher elevations of the central Appalachians will the air be cold enough for wet snow to mix in.
Following a bout of stormy weather that has lingered through the week, drier and more tranquil weather will move into the Atlanta area for the weekend.
Chicago is facing a mostly clear weekend with the threat of some disruptive thunderstorms on Saturday.
The peak of hurricane season, among other things, arrives in the fall.
After former Hurricane Odile battered resorts across Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, vacationers were left stranded and isolated while waiting for evacuations with sparse communication to loved ones back home.
Moisture from Odile brought flooding rainfall to the Southwest on Wednesday and more is on the way.
Odile and other weather systems will bring both dangerous flooding and drought-busting rain in parts of Texas and the southern Plains.
Miami, FL (1926)
The Great Miami Hurricane - center passed over city (27.61") -123 mph (5 min.), 138 mph (2 min.) tide 11.7' -- 372 dead.
54 died in Chesapeake Bay area from hurricane winds.
Sacramento, CA (1984)
100 degrees F., record 38th day of 100 degrees or higher this year.