March will come in like a lion in parts of the Northeast as a storm will spread snow over the interior Northeast, while mostly rain falls in the Hudson Valley.
Enough rain and snow will occur to slow travel in parts of the Midwest and the Northeast, AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist Kristina Pydynowski said.
In the the Hudson Valley area, rain could slow the Wednesday morning commute. While much of the rain will be light, there will be localized downpours that could lead to poor visibility and force motorists to slow down.
Several inches of snow may accumulate from northwestern Pennsylvania to western and northern New York state and part of northern New England. Roads will become slippery and snow covered in the swath from Erie, Pennsylvania, to Burlington, Vermont.
This includes portions of Interstate 79, I-80, I-81, I-86 and I-90. In this same area, the snow could weigh down tree limbs and cause sporadic power outages.
Colder air will continue to settle in behind the storm during the balance of the week.
Depending on the track and strength of another storm, there is the chance of accumulating snow in the Hudson Valley from Thursday night into Friday.
Yet another system could bring a bit of snow or flurries from Saturday night into Sunday.
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