Well , we have heavy rain on the east coast, with heavy snow inland. VA and NC have tornado watches. So be careful!
Still more rain and snow for the Northeast
M. Ressler, Lead Meteorologist, The Weather Channel
Mar. 6, 2011 5:30 pm ET
As the storm moves up the East Coast, more heavy rain and heavy snow will target the Northeast. After the last of the showers and thunderstorms exit North Carolina this evening, the Southeast will be dry but chilly.
Heavy snow extends from northeast West Virginia to northern Maine while heavy rain extends from northern Virginia to Down East Maine. By morning, the heavy rain and snow will be mostly confined to New England. From New York City southward, skies will clear across the eastern Mid-Atlantic. The snow will taper off and then end across the mountains of Pennsylvania and Upstate New York. The heavy rain will quickly taper off across southern New England during Monday morning. The heavy snow, sleet and icing across northern New England will wrap up by Monday evening.
New England could still pick up 1 to 3 inches of rain, causing flash flooding. Across northern New England toward the Canadian border, 1 to 2 feet of wet snow is likely.
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