Tracking another spring storm

Spring winter storm arrives tonight

How Much Snow Will We Get? Northeast to Get Up to 6 Inches Before Two Days of Rain

Snow showers are also possible in the mountains of western Maryland with little to no accumulation expected. The STORMTracker weather team is tracking a second spring storm to hit the month of April.

Forecasters warn that heavy rain will fall for much of the day and it could turn to snow in some parts, with up to 8cm predicted on higher ground.

According to National Weather Service meteorologist Tim Locker, March was near average in temperature and snowfall. Snow is coming back to Lexington for an uncommon April appearance.

Missouri, Illinois, Indiana and Kentucky are forecast to take the bring of the storm's wrath, DeWald said.

The forecast calls for a high of 27 degrees on Tuesday and low of 3 on Tuesday night.

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There should be some improvement Wednesday - mostly sunny skies and a high in the mid-40s.

Thursday: Partly to mostly cloudy with light snow possible, mainly during the afternoon.

While many areas in the Northeast will be bracing for snow later this week, Minnesota will enter the weekend with frigid temperatures. There could be some records broken around the area for coldest high temperatures.

On Friday, the winter weather returns, as the day likely will start out rainy and then change over to a rain/snow mix or completely snow by Friday evening. Another 1 to 2 inches are possible between 7 p.m. and 1 a.m Wednesday. Breezy, with a northwest wind 9 to 14 miles per hour increasing to 18 to 23 miles per hour in the afternoon. Winds could gust as high as 25 miles per hour.

Forecasters peg the odds of precipitation in Boston on Friday at 70 percent. But a county or two away could receive less than two inches of snow, he said.

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