Winter storm to dump snow, ice across Plains, Midwest and Northeast on Monday
Most areas can expect to see a few inches of snow
A storm system is continuing to dump snow in parts of the Midwest and Great Lakes region before moving into northern New England by Monday night.
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Heavy snow has been reported across Iowa, which saw warm temperatures and deadly tornadoes over the weekend.
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As the day continues, the snow will continue to push off to the east into Wisconsin, northern Illinois and eventually overspread Michigan before impacting northern New England later in the evening.
Winter weather advisories are in effect in northern Missouri, southern Iowa, northern Illinois, southern Wisconsin and central Michigan through at least Monday afternoon.
As the system continues to push off to the east, light accumulations are expected in Iowa and parts of northern Illinois and southern Wisconsin. The heaviest accumulations will be across Michigan, where 3-5 inches could fall in the central and northern parts of the state.
Light accumulations are also expected in parts of the Northeast and northern New England. Most areas from Buffalo, New York to Burlington, Vermont and Bangor, Maine could pick up 1-3 inches of snow.