Forecast: Icy Travel Through The Afternoon In Many Areas

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Temperatures are expected to fall below freezing into the evening hours. Northern sections of MA could receive up to 8 inches of snow. Travel will be slickest late Sunday night where things stay mostly snow, especially north of I-78 points north towards I-80.

Before the cold returns, we'll have our Christmas Eve disturbance to deal with.

In the mountains, snow showers will occasionally cause travel problems through the passes.

Above is a snapshot of a snow producing system that is forecast to move thru parts of the Midwest early Sunday morning.

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A mix of rain and snow becoming all snow giving 1-3 inches for most, a coating to 1 inch south. The forecast calls for light snow to start late Saturday night and into Sunday with the highest snowfall of 3 to 4 inches in northeast Missouri and west-central IL.

Holiday drivers headed for northern New Jersey should be prepared for snow late on Christmas Eve, while Jersey Shore residents brace for rain and high winds with the potential for power outages on Christmas Day.

However, it will not drop in time for a strong possibility of snow on Christmas Day, with average temperatures expected to be around 7 degrees on Monday. An Arctic front moving over freshly fallen snow will deliver obscenely cold weather for the rest of the week.

The "Christmas Blizzard of 2009" raged over south central Nebraska and northern Kansas for 18 to 24 hours straight-with 30- to 60-mile-per-hour winds creating frequent "white-out" conditions. Rainfall amounts between 1/2 and 1 inch. By 4:45 p.m. on Sunday, 2.6 inches of snowfall had accumulated in Peotone in Will County, an area that was expected to get up to 6 inches of snow. (Courtesy Tropical Tidbits) Christmas snow will fall this year in much of Southern New England.

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