The groundhogs have had their say but winter is still here for the moment for Montrealers as more snow is on its way.
The snow is expected to turn into sleet early Wednesday, followed by freezing rain and then rain as the day progresses, according to the weather service.
An icy commute with freezing rain, scattered snow and black ice on the roads is expected Friday morning in the Denver metro area. Overnight low temps fall into the mid and upper 20s.
Warm air will make it to the surface from south to north through the late morning and afternoon, changing the mix to rain.
Average high temperatures for this time of February in Sussex County are about 34-35 degrees for a high an 14-15 degree for a low. However, higher elevations and counties north of Onondaga County will likely be colder, longer and see more wintry precipitation. Use caution when traveling! The chance of rain will be 90 percent. A cold front will pass through Wednesday evening and low pressure quickly moves up from the southwest along it.
Early snowfall projections for Wednesday night through Thursday night in northeastern sections of New Jersey, as well as New York City, Long Island and CT. "We're kind of starting to get hints of spring".