A potent Colorado Low will make its mark across much of eastern Canadaas it strengthens into an early and impactful spring storm. Much heavier snow is expected to the north of this region where winter storm warnings are in effect.
In Connecticut, the wet snow blanketed roads and made for a hard morning commute. Expect reduced visibilities at times. There is the potential for more than 6 inches of snow across parts of Minnesota, Wisconsin and northern MI - with locally higher totals by Wednesday morning.
It is what it is, but at least it won't last long, as several hours of snow move through this morning, into midday.
Marie will be in the heavy snow over six inches.
Clouds increasing Monday with light snow developing later in the day. Sunshine, and a cool breeze with highs in the mid to upper 40s is the forecast right now.
Forecasters said the wet snow would accumulate the greatest on grass and elevated areas but roads could be affected in the heavier bands.
The cooler weather will continue into Tuesday, when a high of 48 degrees is forecast, but pick up Wednesday as highs climb to 63 degrees.
By Tuesday, showers and thunderstorms are possible with a high near 65.
A cold front will bring cold air again with some strong winds.
Roads were slick in New York City during the morning commute.
We could get a glimpse of the sun again on Thursday but there's still snow and negative temperatures expected at night.
Another storm is expected to develop in the central USA late Monday.