Winter Storm Scott Slams Northeast

Mar 05, 2019, 00:45
Winter Storm Scott Slams Northeast

The latest projected snowfall totals have been released for the quick-moving storm that will sweep through the area and cause hazardous conditions for those traveling Sunday night into the Monday morning commute. Be prepared for snow covered roads and limited visibilities, and use caution while driving.

A winter storm warning that was issued for the North Shore, South Shore and Metro Boston ended at 10 a.m. AccuWeather said the most likely scenario Sunday in Centre County is three to six inches.

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The current storm system had already dumped between 3 and 6 inches of snow in many central areas of the country before it moved northeast. Several municipalities declared snow emergencies Sunday night.

From West Virginia to ME, school districts canceled classes or scheduled delayed openings due to the storm.

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The precipitation tapers off around daybreak, but travel could be impacted for the Monday morning rush.

A Winter Storm Warning means that travel is expected to be unsafe and potentially impossible for some periods during the storm.

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Snow continues overnight with the low temperature hovering between 30 degrees and the freezing mark. Temperatures will be colder for much of the week ahead.