Spring Snowstorm Slams Midwest Before Heading East
The largest snowfall totals of 10 inches or more accumulated across Kansas and over St. Louis, Mo. About 6 to 10 inches were forecast from Missouri to Ohio, while winter storm warnings were in effect for much of central Missouri, Illinois, Indiana and Ohio.
Traveling along the Mid-Atlantic could be complicated due to slush and snow build-up along the I-95 corridor from Philadelphia to Washington, D.C. Temperatures could be around freezing on Monday. New England is expected to avoid the brunt of the storm after having to endure a harsh winter.
Spring snowstorms in the Midwest are not uncommon, even in April. Weather officials predict this would be the last major snowstorm to hit the Mid-Atlantic region this season.
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