More snow pounds the area Wednesday, and temperatures remain cold

GETTYMore than 70 flights from London's Heathrow Airport have already been cancelled

GETTYMore than 70 flights from London's Heathrow Airport have already been cancelled

"We have grills couple were going out tomorrow, they were like, can you wait a couple of days till the snow's gone", Katz said.

Mixed precipitation should start to change over to all snow throughout the overnight period Tuesday into Wednesday morning. Night: Decreasing clouds with a 20 percent chance for snow showers.

Snow should be falling across most of New Jersey during the Wednesday morning commute, but it will get heavier as the afternoon arrives.


"Through the early part of next week the weather is likely to become changeable once again, with showers and rain at times, interspersed by drier and brighter interludes". Lower parts of the Virginia Peninsula, Norfolk and Virginia Beach will see an inch or less. Low: 22. Day: Partly sunny and warmer. South wind 10 to 15 miles per hour, with gusts as high as 25 miles per hour.

Highs Tuesday will only be near 40 degrees with much better warming Wednesday when we'll get close to 50 degrees. Night: Becoming mostly cloudy. The other was the aforementioned 2013, with 5.5 inches on March 24-25 and another inch on April 4. More than 80 travelers were stranded along a 64-mile span of A30 that was shut down from Bodmin to Exeter and had to sleep in a nearby school Sunday night, according to the Independent. Low: 26. Day: Partly cloudy with northwest winds becoming southeasterly 5 to 10 miles per hour. Temperatures will slowly drop back into the 30's throughout the day bringing us the chance for snow as we head into the evening.

Stay with WHAS11 for updates on all the active weather in Kentuckiana heading into the mid-week. Lancaster, York, Adams and Franklin counties could see 10-15 inches, with 6-10 across Cumberland, Dauphin and Lebanon counties.

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