Heavy rains and snow are forecast this morning in the northeast, after the east coast has already received 1 to 2 inches of rain Monday and parts of southern Vermont have received a foot of snow.
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Warnings and warnings about winter storms and coastal flood warnings were issued throughout the northeast.
Significant snow has been reported over the lake effect behind the storm in Ohio and Pennsylvania, each of which has been impacted by several road accidents.
Heavy rains are expected today on the Maine coast due to a double-dip system.
Later in the day, as the storms merge into a single low-pressure system, the wind will move very slowly north into Maine, resulting in more precipitation and more lake-effect snow in its rearview mirror. .
Some regions could see snow between 6 and 12 inches – some parts of northern New England could see 18.
In the West, warnings and warnings of strong winds, floods and storms have been emitted along the coast in anticipation of a series of storms.
80 mph winds have already swept the Pacific Northwest, with some areas receiving 4 to 6 inches of rain.
It is raining more in the Bay Area and it is likely that it is snowing in the Sierra Nevada.
A second storm is expected to move overnight Wednesday to Thursday, mainly in California – from San Francisco to San Diego – with 1 to 3 inches of likely rain and 1 to 3 feet of snow possible at higher altitudes.