Higher amounts of ice from 0.15 to 0.20 inches will be possible over south central Missouri.
The "Expect at least this much" map has no snowfall across southern CT and the New York City area. New snow accumulation of less than a half inch possible.
Areas to the north of Clinton, Centre and Lycoming counties could get a foot of snow, as forecasters say the heaviest snow is likely to fall from northern and central Pennsylvania to northern New England.
A storm will unleash a swath of snow, ice and slippery travel conditions over the midwestern and northeastern United States from Tuesday through Wednesday. That difference in pressure will bring brisk winds with gusts of 20-25 miles per hour here on Thursday. Northwest winds will be 5-10 miles per hour. The town with the greatest chance of surpassing 4 inches was Torrington, with a 48 percent chance. "Reduced visibilities. Moderate accumulations expected".
Tonight - Snow likely, mainly after 2 a.m. Wind-chill values could be as low as -5 degrees.
The heaviest snow could fall in northwest Connectiuct, up through the Berkshires, western NY and into southern Vermont where up to a foot is possible. Expect a high of 33 degrees.
- The transition to a wintry mix and then to rain will likely occur rather quickly Wednesday morning in the I-95 corridor, but the Lehigh Valley has the potential to see a longer duration of snow, sleet and freezing rain. Overnight temperatures will be in the mid teens, the weather service said. With the milder air in place, the next system should be more wet than white with some rain expected to develop by Saturday night or Sunday.
The last winter there were as many measurable days of snow was in 2013-14 when there were 46 such days, weather service data shows. "The 3" line should run from northern Berks County through much of the Lehigh Valley, with 3 to 6 inches of snow expected north of that line from Schuylkill County through the Poconos and into Sussex County in northwestern New Jersey.