Ugly day in store for the Northeast, with rain and snow from the mountains of New York through most of New England. Cold winds fuel the action and we could see 6 to 12 inches by Wednesday. More lake effect snow for Michigan and Ohio and a storm surge for Washington, Oregon and Northern California. RC


A very active system hits the Northeast with plenty of rain and strong wind for most of New England today and will also bring several inches of wet snow to parts of the Adirondacks and Catskills. Rain/snow mix in the forecast from Pennsylvania to western/upstate New York. 6 to 12 inches possible by Wednesday. High 30's to lower 40's.


Another storm system gets stuck over the eastern Great Lakes today, bringing a mix of freezing drizzle and snow over parts of Michigan and northeast Ohio. Active winds will make things feel even chillier throughout the region. Highs in the mid 30's.  


The mountains of North Carolina could see 2 to 4 inches of snow on Tuesday and Thursday this week. Look for highs in the Appalachians in the mid 30's.


Rain along the west coast from Washington to California could mean snow for the mountains today through the end of the week. A big story is the storm that's headed for Southern California, which could bring up to an inch of rain to the Los Angeles basin and up to 4 inches in the higher elevations.     


Heavy snow in Austria this past weekend has increased base depths accross the region, with snow continuing for Paznaun. Snow on and off this week for the mountains of Switzerland, Germany and portions of eastern France.

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