The forecast Saturday morning had 4-8 inches and up to 2 feet of snow for the Sierra crest.
The storm system blanketed parts of the Midwest in the most snow some places had seen in several years. Much of the remainder of the region is in a Winter Storm Watch. A few more inches was in the forecast for Sunday, but by the afternoon, the snow was expected to reach Pennsylvania.
The winter storm system that blanketed California's mountaintops and brought heavy rains that caused mudslides throughout the state moved through the Midwest over the weekend, dumping snow in areas and triggering advisories for almost 100 million in the central U.S.
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The snow will become heavy Monday afternoon through the evening.
Eight to 18 inches of snowfall was forecast for the Hudson Valley and across upstate NY. Some spots could see 14-18+ inches of snow, depending on where heavy snow bands set up. Scattered power outages should be expected. Heavy snow and gusty winds are expected all day Monday. Learning in Arlington no longer halts for inclement weather.
The storm track is still uncertain, so there's a chance that heavier snow will fall farther west and north than now forecast.
For those of you who want a look at the snow forecast right here, it's posted below.
Chicago could get a foot before it stops Monday. Wind gusts of up to 30 miles per hour and a Lakeshore flood advisory compounded problems.
The National Weather Service has canceled the Winter Storm Warning for Washington, Ozaukee, Walworth and Waukesha counties.
In Wisconsin, snow depths in some counties near Lake Michigan had reached more than 15 inches (38 centimetres), and the snow was still falling.
Joel Berman uses a snowblower to clear his driveway January 31 in Bayside, Wis.