Snow to Make Quick Return to NortheastThe region will see another round of accumulating snowfall Mon. night into Tues.
Fans covered with snow wait in the stands before an NFL football game between the Philadelphia Eagles and the Detroit Lions, Sunday, Dec. 8, 2013, in Philadelphia. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)
The Northeast will have another round of accumulating snowfall early this week, right on the heels of the weekend winter storm.
For a heavily-populated area, this will be primarily a snowstorm and a disruptive one at that.
Snow is expected to start on Monday night in the mountains of Tennessee, then quickly spread across the mid-Atlantic and New England throughout Tuesday.
Most locations along the I-95 corridor from Washington, D.C., to Boston, will pick up 1 to 3 inches of snow from this storm.
However, along the the I-95 corridor there is the potential for 6 inches of snow to fall locally.
Unlike the storm this past weekend that brought a combination of snow, sleet and freezing rain to the region, precipitation looks to fall mainly as snow in the Northeast with rain farther to the south.
The Delmarva Peninsula is an exception to this, where slightly warmer air will allow for sleet to mix in with snow for a few hours.
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This snow will cause headaches for tens of millions of people on Tuesday across the I-95 corridor, especially those taking to the roads.
Snow can lead to slippery roadways, causing reduced visibility and a heightened risk of accidents. If you plan on taking to the roads, allow extra time to arrive at your destination and extra stopping distance when motoring along.
Those taking to the air should expect flight delays for inbound and outbound flights.
Snow will come to an end from southwest to northeast across the region Tuesday afternoon and evening as the storm quickly tracks off the East Coast.
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