Storm making roads slick in Ohio Valley, Northeast
NEW YORK (AP) - The work week is off to a slippery start from the Ozarks to New England as storm bringing freezing rain, sleet and snow moves through.
Poor driving conditions marked the Monday commute as the storm moves northeastward from the mid-Mississippi Valley. The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory for an area stretching from near St. Louis to southern New England.
Roads and sidewalks began to glaze over Sunday night in central Indiana along the Interstate 70 corridor.
Light freezing rain was forecast Monday for Washington and Baltimore, while Philadelphia and New York are expected to get freezing rain, sleet and light snow. Boston could see periods of freezing rain and sleet.
Snowfall across the area, including the southern Great Lakes, northern Pennsylvania, New York and New England is expected to be 3 inches or less.
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