The weekend’s snowy and icy weather is continuing into the work week making roads slick across the Northeast and inland Mid-Atlantic. According to Reuters, as of Monday afternoon, the storm had caused power outages to thousands of businesses and homes.
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Estimates from the website Flightaware.com said more than 1,600 flights were canceled Monday, the greatest share from Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, which was still recovering from the effects of an ice storm over the weekend.
Most of the wintry mess this morning is occurring across the interior Northeast and Southern New England, with some freezing rain and sleet lingering across the interior Mid-Atlantic. An inch or two of snow and a glaze of ice will be possible through midday from south-central Pennsylvania into central New York, with northern New England and Maine seeing up to 4 inches of snow and sleet through this evening.
All Winter Storm Warnings have been discontinued across the Mid-Atlantic, with Winter Weather Advisories extends from the Mason-Dixon line northward into northwestern Maine. Luckily, the worst of this storm is over. Read More
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