Large Winter Storm to Spread Across Midwest During First Days of March
Ohio is expected to receive heavy rain
A stormy pattern that marked the end of February across the United States will continue into the first days of March as a blockbuster winter storm unleashes heavy snow and threatens to cause widespread travel disruptions across the Midwest and Northeast later this week.
AccuWeather meteorologists warn that the storm is likely to bring heavy snow to Chicago and Milwaukee, a moderate amount of snow to Detroit and Boston and enough snow for roads to become slippery in the New York City metro area. Ohio will likely receive rain. The storm will arrive just a few days after light to moderate snow was reported in many of the same locations.
"The storm system will be a complex one where one center of low pressure will track northeastward into the Midwest and weaken from Thursday night to Friday before a secondary low pressure area forms along the mid-Atlantic coast and heads northeastward over the ocean on Friday," said Bernie Rayno, AccuWeather's chief on-air meteorologist.
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