Tuesday 9:30 a.m.
As a large high pressure area along the New England coast expands southward, drier air is cutting into the extensive cloud cover that has draped the Middle Atlantic states. The erosion of clouds should continue, as suggested in today's video:
The clouds over parts of the region are starting to break up, a sign that the predicted drier air from the northeast is making progress.
This video focuses on Chicago:
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No promise it lasts
The storm will not get organized until later Tuesday.
This storm is a little colder than the other two, so snow has dominated all the way to the coast