The storm comes on the heels of a significant storm Thursday into Saturday that brought heavy winds and rain for most, but thick snow for others.
The high temperature in Providence Wednesday is expected to reach 39 degrees. Use caution while driving. The weather service's latest bulletin early Tuesday morning called for 10-15 inches of snow in the Hartford area and northeastern CT while the coast gets mostly rain. The combination of heavy snow and strong winds may lead to blizzard or near blizzard conditions for parts of the area. However, it will be enough to blow snow and rain around, as well as bring isolated areas of damage. Heavy, wet snow and wind gusts up to 35 miles per hour are likely, which could lead to more downed trees and scattered power outages in some areas. The advisory goes into effect at noon and will continue until midnight on Monday. Visit www.weather.gov/dlh and look for the "submit a storm report" link at the bottom of the page. Mixed precipitation is expected for Nova Scotia and PEI. New snow accumulation of less than one inch possible.
WHERE.Mitchell, Floyd, Chickasaw, Fayette and Clayton Counties.
"We're leaning to a 2-4" accumulation by Tuesday morning.
In addition, this will be a hard storm for road crews to treat.
Snowfall of 5 to 9 inches is forecast for some places, with up to a foot in isolated areas. If it tracks further east, snow amounts will increase by a substantial amount across the board. Be prepared for slippery roads and limited visibilities, and use caution while driving.
The snow storm has dumped a lot of snow range anywhere from 6 inches at the Billings airport although up to 12 ½ inches the Glasgow airport. The snow that fell is very wet and heavy and may take longer to remove than normal.
WHERE.Portions of west central Wisconsin and southeast Minnesota.
Motorists should expect hard travel conditions due to snow-covered roads and reduced visibility in many parts of the region. Be prepared for reduced visibilities at times. Significant reductions in visibility are possible. Strong winds are expected.
As Quinn moves eastward, some lighter snow will spread eastward across central and southern Ontario on Tuesday and Wednesday. It travel is not necessary on Monday evening, stay home. Some areas saw more than 2 inches of snow falling per hour. The city could see anywhere from 6 inches to a foot of snow. Precipitation will then transition to all snow late afternoon.