It's the winter that won't end for the East, even as we've flipped the calendar to April: More snow is on the way for parts of the East Coast on Monday morning.
A disturbance in the Midwest will track eastward into Monday morning, bringing a wide swath of accumulating snow for portions of the I-95 urban corridor by Monday. Places like New York City, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and much of the mid-Atlantic.
Some places could see as much as six inches of snow, with potentially some localized higher amounts possible in a few spots. Though temperatures will be close to freezing, expect impacts to roads and slow downs, especially the further north the snow is.
New York City may see 4-6" of snow, Philadelphia will be closer to 3-6", while Boston will mostly miss this storm, with up to an inch possible there.
The snow clears out by early afternoon Monday across the region.
Stay with WeatherNation for the latest on this latest snow event across the East.
For WeatherNation: Meteorologist Chris Bianchi