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Cold blast bringing more rain, snow to Northeast

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Millions of commuters from Washington D.C. to New York to Boston are in for slick conditions this morning as a storm system moving through the Northeast will deliver rain, snow and freezing temperatures.

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Snow fell overnight in Pennsylvania, upstate New York, Connecticut and in other parts of New England that saw several inches of accumulation.

A wintry mix will strike the East Coast this morning.ABC News
A wintry mix will strike the East Coast this morning.

Heading into the weekend, a storm system from the Pacific Northwest that’s moving into the Midwest and Great Lakes area may bring several inches of snow to Minneapolis, Detroit and Chicago.

Snow is in the forecast for Saturday night.ABC News
Snow is in the forecast for Saturday night.

The heaviest expected snowfalls will be near the Great Lakes region and inland Northeast, as well as New England. Washington D.C. and Boston may see rain on Sunday.

The Northeast and Midwest may get several inches of snow over the weekend.ABC News
The Northeast and Midwest may get several inches of snow over the weekend.

The Midwest and Northeast also will be blasted by Arctic air, dropping temperatures in some places into the teens or single digits. At 10 a.m., it will be about 10 degrees in New York.

The wind chill in New York this morning may drop to 10 degrees.ABC News
The wind chill in New York this morning may drop to 10 degrees.

The wind chill early Saturday morning in parts of the Northeast will be below zero.

Wind chills in the far Northeast and Upper Midwest will dip below zero Saturday morning.ABC News
Wind chills in the far Northeast and Upper Midwest will dip below zero Saturday morning.

More Arctic air is expected to move into the Upper Midwest and Great Lakes area on Sunday, just in time for the Super Bowl, which will be played inside U.S. Bank Stadium, home of the Minnesota Vikings, as temperatures outside may be the coldest in the 52-year history of the game.

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