Spring begins Tuesday; a little snow possible Wednesday

Could we actually see accumulating snow on the first day of Spring? Anything goes with this storm as models just do not agree

Could we actually see accumulating snow on the first day of Spring? Anything goes with this storm as models just do not agree

What sort of weather will debut with the new season? This is also the period of greatest uncertainty.

Clouds will increase Monday ahead of the storm system but there won't be any precipitation, Samuhel said.

It will be sunny and chilly Monday on Long Island before there's a chance of snow beginning Tuesday afternoon - on the first day of spring, forecasters said. Several inches of snow is possible just west of Washington, D.C.

On March 2, a nor'easter that morphed into a "bomb cyclone" slammed much of the Northeast with heavy snow and rain, hurricane-force wind gusts and significant coastal flooding.

The next storm system is already on our doorstep, with light precipitation expected to begin across the region on Tuesday.

As we take a look into the work week, weather conditions are expected to stay on the wet side.

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But the Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency has started preparing the possibility of plowable snow and other impacts across the region Wednesday into Thursday.

AccuWeather, by contrast, is saying the midstate might be in for anywhere from 1 to 4 inches of snow from Tuesday into Wednesday.

The European model has been the most consistent at keeping the low offshore.

The American model shows heavy snow in eastern and western Pennsylvania.

The short-term American model is showing the storm missing Washington, D.C., Philadelphia and New York City, with maybe some snow accumulations along the Mid-Atlantic coast and into Cape Cod.

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