Also, more than a foot (more than 30 cm) additional snowfall is forecast for some of the major mountain ranges in Arizona, southern Utah, and southwestern Colorado through Friday night.
Cold, snow and a wintry mix will be prevalent across the northern Mid-Atlantic, stretching into Northeast and Upper Great Lakes Wednesday evening.
Sleet, and then rain, is expected for areas near and east of I-95. Freezing rain is also likely farther inland across western Virginia, West Virginia, western Maryland, and into Pennsylvania. Significant icing is also possible for some interior valley locations.
Out West, high temperatures will continue to run 10-20 degrees below average along and west of the Continental Divide through the end of the week.
A storm system is forecast to slowly churn across the Southwest and exit into the Southern Plains by Friday evening, bringing heavy snow to the higher elevations of the Southwest and Southern Rockies.
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February 20, 2019 at 07:04PM