We will be right on the snow/rain cutoff line on Sunday, many variables are still in play but for now plan for slushy Sunday travel. pic.twitter.com/cOmyr1Srzo— Steve Knight ❄️ (@KnightCBS21) February 1, 2018
Two systems are reminding us winter is still here.
One dropped some snow and will hand out rain in the Northeast today, before blanketing the entire East Coast. Cold air will move in making it a wintry event for some.
The next round on Saturday moves through the Midwest bringing “several” inches of now into cities like Chicago, Detroit, and Indianapolis. As it pushes east, Sunday will see rain or snow on the East Coast, with more accumulations away from the I-95 corridor.
Each storm will bring arctic air with it with wind chills in the single-digits from Washington, D.C. to New York City and well below zero for the Midwest and the Great Lakes.