Updated 9:30 a.m. Sunday: The National Weather Service has cancelled the winter weather advisory previously in effect for parts of central and southeastern Virginia, including Williamsburg. The ice is expected to last through midday Sunday, with another round of snow predicted for Sunday evening north of US 64. Locations south of the Lehigh Valley will see more snow, but even Philadelphia is only expecting an inch, O'Brien said.
Snow showers will continue into Saturday Evening and through Sunday Morning.
Numbers go up as we head south into Maryland and Virginia with a zone of 2 to 4 across much of Maryland except lower in the northeast and higher in the southeast.
By late morning Saturday, officials had reported almost 11 inches of snow at Lambert International Airport in St. Louis, where most flights were canceled or delayed.
High temperatures remain in the mid to upper 30s through next weekend.
Saturday night: A chance of snow, mainly after 10 p.m. However, another band of snow will pass through later tonight with another couple inches of accumulation possible.
Monday: Morning clouds, then mostly sunny.
Sunday: Cloudy. Highs in the lower 30s.
Some precipitation is expected Friday and Saturday in Boston, where only 0.2 inches of snow has fallen this winter, according to forecasters.
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