Driving conditions could be hard for your Monday morning commute as areas north of Baltimore could see several inches of snow. The most snow will likely fall towards the Iowa border in cities like Maryville and Rock Port.
-Salem, Gloucester, Camden, inland Burlington, Monmouth, southern Mercer, southern Middlesex.
A winter storm watch was in effect from Monday morning through Tuesday afternoon.
Monday's forecast calls for a chance of more freezing rain before 4 p.m. followed by a "wintry mix" of rain, snow and sleet that could affect the area until Tuesday afternoon, the weather service said. Cars are pictured driving on snow and ice on Interstate 405 approaching Kirkland, Washington, on Saturday. With the wintry-wet transition underway, Tuesday morning's commute may very well be a messy ride. (Blue). Quiet during the day Monday, but snow will return Monday night (probably after Midnight).
Snow is expected to arrive during the day on Tuesday and will likely continue into Wednesday. That's plenty of time for an additional of 3 to 6 inches of snow to accumulate. This means the evening commute will be a rough drive.
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-Northern Warren, Sussex, northern Morris, western Passaic, western Bergen. A little glaze of ice is possible by late Monday afternoon into the evening north of DC Metro. The commutes for Tuesday morning and Tuesday evening will nearly certainly be a messy ride.
Pacific Northwest residents who are more accustomed to rain than snow are digging out from a winter storm and bracing for more. The next Winter Storm arrives this evening.
-Winter Weather Advisory. from 6 a.m. Tuesday to 6 a.m. Wednesday for Bergen, Essex, Hudson, eastern Passaic, and Union counties.
Because of how unprepared Seattle was for recent weather, some have jokingly labelled the recent storms as Seattle's "Snowpocalypse" or "Snowmageddon" on social media. The heaviest snow totals are expected along the Lake Michigan shore line and along I-94. East wind will be at 7 to 10 miles per hour. The exception will be towards the Iowa border where temperatures could stay colder.