On the top edge of the spring-like atmosphere, nevertheless, there was a snowy mess yesterday at the Midwest.
Locally, 6 to 9 inches of snow dropped from Nebraska into Wisconsin causing many spinouts and injuries on the streets.
The exact same storm is now moving in the Northeast with a winter weather moving from West Virginia to Maine and cold rain to its I-95 corridor from Washington, D.C. into Boston.
On Monday afternoon, the storm system stretches out of Mississippi north to western New York with heavy rain to the south west and snow in the northern regions and, later in the afternoon, snow may be heavy occasionally from Pennsylvania to New York and to New England with thick rain from Virginia to New Jersey.
After this storm system goes through, it's predicted to be spring-like in the Rockies to the East Coast together with all the southern and central countries getting into the spring weather .
On Monday, temperatures are going to be from the 60s and 70s for its South and 40s all the way to Minneapolis-St. Paul.
From the middle of this week, temperatures will probably skyrocket to close 50 in nyc, near 60 in Philadelphia and in the 60s at Washington, D.C. together with all the meteorological spring beginning 1 week from now on Monday, March 1.