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Snow changed over to rain for Washington, Philadelphia and New York. Freezing rain threatens travel across Central Pennsylvania. Boston will wake up to rain.
Strong winds pick up overnight and the Northeast will be blown around by gusts 20-30 mph by morning.
Ohio, Upstate New York and interior New England will continue to see snow through the day Monday.
Anne Arundel County, Maryland is under a Severe Thunderstorm Warning until 11:30 p.m. EST. This includes the city of Annapolis. Radar detected heavy rain and the National Weather Service warns strong wind gusts up to 60 mph.
Earlier the area saw inches of snow.
Snow continues to fall in Ohio with FOX Weather forecasting up to a foot of snow for Cleveland Monday evening. Lake effect snows will continue for Mentor through Tuesday.
Check out the latest radar showing a rain/snow mix moving through Philadelphia and Baltimore. New York City is slowly changing over to rain at this hour. Upstate New York and most of Pennsylvania is still snow.
Any accumulated rain/snow mix inland and in higher elevations will become icy overnight and will mean icy morning roads.
Snow continues to change over to rain along the coast. By late Monday, FOX Weather meteorologists forecast almost no snow on the ground for much of the Washington Metro area, Philadelphia Metro area, New Jersey, New York City, Long Island and the Boston Metro area.
Much of Upstate New York, northern Pennsylvania, Northern Ohio, Virginia, New Hampshire and Maine will see up to a foot of snow before the storm is over. Higher elevations, the Great Lakes and the Southern Tier of New York could see up to two feet of snow.
Ashville, North Carolina received a record 10 inches of snow for the day Sunday. The old record of 7 inches held since 1881.
The Greenville-Spartanburg Airport in South Carolina also set a new snow record for the day. The 6.1 inches beat the old record of 5.7 inches set in 1965.
The Ohio Department of Transportation tweeted, "If travel is not necessary, stay home." The department has more than 880 crews clearing snow and treating roadways across Ohio. They said that 45 crews are assigned to a slippery section of I-80 between Mahoning and Trumbull Counties.
The Sherriff of Franklin County declared a Level 1 snow emergency.
Jets wait for snowplows to finish clearing a runway at the Charlotte Douglas International Airport. Charlotte, Raleigh-Durham, Nashville, Richmond, Washington (both Ronald Regan and Dulles) and Pittsburgh airports are deicing and anti-icing planes creating delays according to the U.S. Department of Transportation.
Memphis International Airport is experiencing two-hour departure delays currently.
FlightAware.com's Misery Map shows that Regan National Airport has already canceled 364 flights and 172 flights were delayed. Charlotte canceled 112 flights. New York City Metro airports canceled a collective 46 flights so far.
Timing out the storm
Sunday night: Snow changes to rain for Washington, D.C. Metro area. New Jersey and eastern Pennsylvania have all rain except for high elevations in northwest New Jersey.
Monday around midnight: A line of strong storms moves across the Delmarva Peninsula. Rain moves into New York City and Long Island while New York State sees snow. A mix of rain and snow hits the New England seaboard.
Early Monday : Boston precipitation starts with a messy mix before changing to rain with the rest of Massachusetts. The Mid-Atlantic states dry out and could see a few flurries around the backside of the storm (no accumulation).
Monday morning commute: It should be a dry commute around Washington and Philadelphia. New York City rains will taper off. Boston could see moderate to heavy rain. Maine and New Hampshire will get all snow.
Monday afternoon: Maine will still seeing snow with a bit of rain mixing in at the coast. Light snow continues for Great Lakes, western Pennsylvania and West Virginia.
Areas of heavy snow are falling east of Washington, D.C. right now. FOX Weather shows moderate snow falling across the rest of the Washington Metro area. Snow is just making its way into Pennsylvania and eastern New Jersey. The New Jersey coast will soon see rain with a thin line of mixed precipitation through the center of the state.
Strong thunderstorms, ice and snow storms knocked power out to over 230,000 across North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida and Arkansas according to PowerOutage.US
Valley Springs and Pindall, Arkansas and East Flat Rock, North Carolina have all picked up a foot of snow since Saturday.
Greenwood, South Carolina, has picked up 0.35 inches of ice so far on Sunday.
A video shows a tornado moving through the community if Iona, Florida, on Sunday morning.
According to FlightAware, more than 1,000 flights have been canceled Sunday due to snow and ice.
Other airports like Hartsfield-Jackson International in Atlanta are also feeling the effects.
A major storm system affecting the Southeast has led to thousands of flight delays and cancelations.
Watch as a tornado moves through Fort Myers, Florida, on Sunday.
Residents in the Atlanta area and north Georgia are being advised to stay off the roads as cold air moves in, freezing up local roads.
Several crashes have been reported.
Video posted to Twitter shows snow starting to fall outside Atlanta.
Close to a half inch of ice was measured in Kershaw, South Carolina, on Sunday morning.
Resident and photographer Kelley Edwards says that she doesn't have any power due to the ice, windy conditions and trees snapping.
FOX Weather Meteorologist Ian Oliver is in Charlotte, North Carolina, where sleet has been falling for hours.
Motorists are advised to stay off the roads.
The Tennessee Highway Patrol in Lawrenceburg posted photos of the Amish community coming together to help out a driver that spun out on a local road.
Heavy snow and ice has been reported across the Southeast as a major winter storm moves through.
A tornado watch has been issued in South Florida, including Miami.
Nearly 300,000 power outages have been reported across the Southeast as a major winter storm moves through.
Georgia and South Carolina are reporting the most outages.
Several lanes on Highway 75 near mile marker 96 in Collier County, Florida, are blocked due to an accident.
The same area is under a Tornado Warning, stranding drivers behind the overturned semi.
Drivers watched as a tornado moved over U.S. 41 in Naples, Florida, Sunday morning.
Brett Cotov shot this picture at 9:19 a.m. ET.
Video shows a tornado moving through the Fort Myers, Florida, area on Sunday morning.
Several tornado warning were issued as a major winter system is continuing to produce heavy snow, ice, strong winds and severe weather.
The National Weather Service in Atlanta said Sunday that they are starting to see a combination of freezing rain and higher wind gusts (40-50+ mph) in NE Georgia and parts of the metro.
This is expected to lead to more trees and powerlines falling across the area.
The FOX Weather is tracking power outages across the state.
The South Carolina National Guard has equipment and crews placed throughout the Upstate of South Carolina and will respond to request for help as the winter storm moves through.
FlightAware reported more than 2,400 flights were canceled on Sunday because of the winter weather. As of 9 a.m. ET, delays exceed 2,800.
Video posted to Twitter shows a possible tornado moving through the Fort Meyers Beach, Florida, area on Sunday morning.
Several tornado warnings were issued in the area, and crews with the National Weather Service will investigate storm damage.
Multiple mobile homes were reportedly damaged Sunday after Tornado Warnings were issued for the area.
Winter storm warnings are in effect until 8 a.m. Monday.
The Nashville Department of Transportation is out treating major roads and highways as precipitation changes from rain to snow across the region.
Meteorologist and aviation expert J.P. Dice speaks to FOX Weather about the travel impacts from this major winter storm.
Power outages are expected and travel will be dangerous in areas where significant icing is experienced>
Winter weather alerts are in effect up and down the East Coast as the major winter storm will next take aim at the Northeast through Monday.
Power outages are likely and travel will be dangerous as significant icing is expected in the Carolinas and Southeast on Sunday.
A major winter storm currently impacting the South will snarl travel as it tracks from Arkansas up the East Coast with heavy snow, ice and strong winds through Monday's Martin Luther King Jr. holiday.
Snow and ice are expected to make its way into Georgia and the Carolinas on Sunday.
FOX Weather expects major travel disruptions due to snow, sleet and freezing rain along the path of this storm, but the ice in the Southeast has the potential to be more impactful than the snow.
The main focus for the potential of thunderstorms exists in the Sunshine State, where temperatures and moisture will be significant enough to help produce a few strong to severe storms.
Meteorologists do not anticipate a widespread outbreak but do warn the threat for an isolated tornado or damaging wind exists.
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