Live updates: Trees snap, roads turn treacherous as winter storm unleashes ice, snow from Boston to Chicago
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Over 100,000 are without power as a major winter storm unleashes dangerous snow and ice from New York City to Chicago.
The snow and ice combination caused significant travel delays and widespread power outages across the interior Northeast as snow and ice expanded into New York City and Boston throughout the day.
Disruptive snow and ice are also targeting the Midwest, including in and around Detroit and Chicago.
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11:28 p.m. EST Tuesday:
A widespread 3 to 6 inches of snow and sleet accumulation has been reported across Massachusetts and Connecticut. Nearly 50 percent of all flights were canceled out of LaGuardia International Airport in New York City today, while Boston Logan International canceled 20 percent.
As the #snow has transitioned to #sleet in the @CityOfBoston, the work continues for PWD. Pics of our crews clearing the #MelneaCass bike path as well as the Columbus Avenue bike lane in the #SouthEnd. Whether traveling by vehicle, bicycle, or by foot - please take your time. pic.twitter.com/38xeWNOv4D— Boston Public Works (@BostonPWD) February 13, 2019
Meanwhile, wind gusts as high as 45 miles per hour continue to batter Michigan, where nearly 16,000 customers are currently without power.
9:00 p.m. EST Tuesday:
Snow will wind down around the Great Lakes tonight, except for lake effect in Michigan, which will continue through tomorrow.
Some schools across New England are canceling or delaying class tomorrow.
Minnesota Department of Transporation issued a No Travel Advisory for Highway 105 due to poor visibility.
#MnDOT is issuing a No Travel Advisory for Hwy 105 from Austin to the Iowa border. Poor visibility, drifting, poor driving conditions. MnDOT snowplows remain on the roads.— MnDOT District 6 (@mndotsoutheast) February 13, 2019
7:35 p.m. EST Tuesday:
Latest map of reports generally 1 to 4 inches across South New England today.
Significant icing will continue across parts of the Northeast through tonight which will cause dangerous and difficult travel and possible power outages.
The icy mix will transition to rain Tuesday night as temperatures rise above freezing along the I-95 Corridor from Philadelphia to New York City and through southern New England.
[730p] Wintry mix of snow, sleet, freezing rain has pretty much engulfed S New England, but beginning to see rain moving in along the coast as temperatures warm above freezing. Keep those reports coming! #mPing pic.twitter.com/h1ZWIcidS3— NWS Boston (@NWSBoston) February 13, 2019
7:05 p.m. EST Tuesday:
NWS New York, New York reports roadways are still dangerous and slippery. Temperatures across New York City and Long Island are now above freezing, however temperatures will fall overnight.
Most temperatures across coastal sections are near, or just above freezing, with below freezing temperatures across northern interior sections. Roadways are still very slippery, so please exercise caution! Temperatures across New York City and Long Island are now above freezing! pic.twitter.com/FY7MOoNgs5— NWS New York NY (@NWSNewYorkNY) February 13, 2019
6:20 p.m. EST Tuesday:
There is a detour southbound on I-35 near Ellendale due to a jackknifed semi.
Multiple crashes being reported on I-35 between Owatonna and Iowa border. Officials are urging motorists to use caution and expect delays.
Traffic alert: Southbound I-35 near Ellendale detoured due to jackknifed semi. Multiple crashes being reported on I-35 between #Owatonna and Iowa border. Expect delays. Use caution. #MnDOT https://t.co/MEmqELpVHX #MN511 pic.twitter.com/PFMNYEjXTM— MnDOT District 6 (@mndotsoutheast) February 12, 2019
5:05 p.m. EST Tuesday:
West-central Wisconsin has received the most snow from this winter storm so far with several reports of over a foot of snow accumulating around La Crosse. This has been the largest snowstorm in La Crosse in the month of February since 2007.
Up to 14 inches fell in Tomah, Wisconsin, located just east of La Crosse, making it one of the snowiest spots in the entire region.
Meanwhile, snow has returned to the Chicago area after a break in the wintry precipitation this morning. People should use extreme caution when walking on snowy surfaces as the snow may be covering ice.
3:35 p.m. EST Tuesday:
Flight cancellations have climbed over 2,000 at airports across the Northeast and Midwest, according to Flightstats, amid a far-reaching winter storm packing snow and ice.
Weather conditions have caused #LGA Airport flight disruptions. Check with your airline to determine the status of your flight. — LaGuardia Airport (@LGAairport) February 12, 2019
3:15 p.m. EST Tuesday:
Trees are snapping due to the weight of ice accumulating on branches in areas of Maryland west of Baltimore. This can lead to an increasing number of power outages across the region into Tuesday night.
Farther north, road conditions are deteriorating with slow travel reported across much of Massachusetts. The weather may have contributed to several accidents across the state, which have further slowed traffic.
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