Winter Storm Gregory to bring snow, ice to northern New England
Winter Storm Gregory is finishing up its coast-to-coast journey by bringing snow and some ice to northern New England.
In the northern Plains, up to a foot of snow had piled up in Wilton, North Dakota, as of Monday afternoon. Fargo and Bismarck, North Dakota, had both seen more than a half foot of snow from Gregory. For a full list of snow reports from Gregory since Sunday, see the bottom of this article.
The National Weather Service has posted winter storm warnings in northern Maine and freezing rain advisories for parts of Vermont and northern New York.
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Let's break down the forecast timing and then look at how much additional snow to expect.
The heaviest additional snow is likely to be in northern Maine where it will continue into Wednesday. Accumulations of 6-12 are likely.
Freezing rain will impact portions of interior northern New England and northern New York leading to slick travel.
Lake-effect snow will develop by Tuesday night across the upper Great Lakes behind Gregory, possibly spreading into the lower Great Lakes snowbelts Wednesday or Wednesday night.
Here are some of the top snowfall totals by state from Gregory as of Monday afternoon.
California: 12 inches at Soda Springs
Idaho: 9.7 inches near Spirit Lake; 3.5 inches in Moscow
Michigan: 9.0 inches near Goetzville
Minnesota: 7 inches near Leonard
Montana: 10.0 inches near Park City and Dupuyer; 2 inches near Billings
North Dakota: 12 inches in Wilton; 7.4 inches in Fargo
South Dakota: 7 inches near Walker
Oregon: 17 inches at Mount Hood Meadows; 4-5 inches near Oregon City
Washington: 12.0 inches in near Kelso; 4.6 inches in Spokane; 3 inches in Seattle at Sea-Tac airport
Light icing from Gregory was reported in Reading, Pennsylvania, and at the Somerset airport in New Jersey Monday morning.