Winter Storm Toby may be one of the heaviest snowstorms this late in the season along parts of the Interstate 95 Northeast corridor, triggering power outages and tree damage through Thursday. More steady snow is falling in much of Pennsylvania, including Allentown, State College and Pittsburgh. A few locations in southern Pennsylvania have picked up over 10 inches of snow so far including nearly 14 inches near the Maryland border.
Snow has also picked up in both the Baltimore and Washington D.C. metro areas. Maryland picked up 9 to 10 inches of snow through Wednesday morning. There has been some sleet/rain mixing in parts of the New York City metro to New Jersey and the Delmarva Peninsula. Parts of the Appalachians from southwest Pennsylvania into far western Maryland and West Virginia have already picked up 8 to 12 inches of snow. The weight of this wet snow has already downed trees in the Louisville metro early Wednesday, where snow was falling at the rate of 1 inch per hour.
Winter storm warnings, where snowfall is expected to be heaviest, extend from eastern Massachusetts to the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee and North Carolina, including the cities of Boston, Providence, Hartford, the entire New York City Tri-State area, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington D.C.
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