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Snow will transition to an icy mix of sleet and freezing rain through the afternoon.

Only a few inches of snow fell along the Interstate 95 corridor from NY to Washington, but it was enough to put a scare into an area that has seen little of it this winter.

The sprawling storm left a trail of school closures, hampered air travel and prompted officials to close federal offices in Washington D.C. on Wednesday.

Evening - 50 degrees, 15-20 miles per hour wind, passing rain showers.

Snow is expected to to begin early Wednesday evening, followed by possible ice pellets overnight.

The freezing rain should let up around 1 p.m., said Raelene Campbell, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service.

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Our North Zone, north of M 59 will hang on to freezing rain chances even through the early evening as temps up north are slower to warm above freezing.

The freezing rain threat gets underway for most of us well after midnight, for some after 4 a.m.

Farther west, snow forced Minneapolis and St. Paul schools and scores of other districts in Minnesota and Wisconsin to cancel classes. Several crashes were reported along Interstate 81 throughout the day, thanks to snow and ice covering the roads.

Active weather once again returns to NW Missouri & NE Kansas on Tuesday with another strong winter storm moving through. There may be some lingering effects for the Wednesday morning rush-hour. Expect lingering precipitation across most of the region through Thursday morning before we clear out after lunchtime on Thursday.

Amtrak made changes to its Keystone service between NY and Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. "But it's enough that we have to deal with it, because the 6 to 8 hours of sleet and light freezing rain that are expected could cause travel troubles Wednesday night", Hudson Valley Weather said. "Forecasts predict 1-4 inches, but we're preparing for worse".


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