Winter Storm Liam is now bringing snow, sleet and freezing rain into the East; snow is now tapering off in the western Great Lakes and most of the Ohio Valley, but is overspreading much of the rest of the interior Northeast as far east as parts of New England. Snow is now falling in Portland, Maine, and Hartford, Connecticut, and continuing into much of New York State where freezing rain is falling as of late morning.
A few locations in eastern Ohio and western Pennsylvania have already picked up 6 to 9 inches of snow, so far. Snowfall amounts in the Midwest have generally been in the 1 to 4 inch range from northern Illinois, Chicagoland, Indiana, southern Lower Michigan, and western/central Ohio.
Surrounding those winter weather advisories for the threat of snow, freezing rain and sleet have also been issued to include Louisville, Columbus, Cleveland, Detroit, Washington D.C., Baltimore, Philadelphia, most of the New York City Tri-State area, Hartford and Boston.
• Snow, moderate to heavy at times, is expected from Ohio to New England.
• The New York City metro will see wintry precipitation changing to rain. Boston will see snow, changing to rain by late Wednesday.
• Mainly rain is anticipated along the Interstate 95 corridor to the south of New York City, though parts of the Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington D.C. metro areas will see a wintry mix in the morning.
• Winter Storm Liam will push into Atlantic Canada Wednesday night, bringing an end to this round of precipitation by early Thursday.
We recognize the severe impact that current conditions are having on our customers and we are committed to restoring service levels as quickly as possible. Please reach out to your client service teams with any questions or concerns.