"Most of the heaviest snow is going to be more in Virginia and parts of Southern Maryland-not on the Eastern Shore, but on the western side closer to DC-but the impacts still could be somewhat problematic across DE", said Davis.
"In much of swath from Missouri to southern OH, this will heavy and wet and a strain to shovel", AccuWeather meteorologist Bill Deger said in a blog post.More news: Nokia's Upcoming Mid-Range Phone Will Feature a Punch-Hole Notch
A Winter Weather Advisory begins at noon today and will remain in effect until 7 a.m. Sunday morning in the Pittsburgh area.
The storm that has swept across the Midwest is expected to be stronger and move more slowly than previously expected, Ray Martin, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service's Baltimore/Washington forecast office, told The Baltimore Sun on Saturday. The heaviest snowfall is slated to arrive overnight Friday for the city. The foothills and areas near Virginia border will likely see 1-2 inches of snow and sleet.More news: Samsung Galaxy S10's release date announced
The Washington, D.C. region could see up to 4 inches. As of now, it looks like this late-week system will bring more rain and snow chances to the Commonwealth. Conditions in eastern Missouri were expected to be worse, with 8 to 12 inches of snow possible in the St. Louis area, according to the National Weather Service.More news: NYC mayor: We’ll be first USA city to mandate paid vacation