It is expected that the storm that developed on Saturday and brought snow to the Central Plains will bring rain, snow or a wintry mix to much of the eastern United States, according to CNN meteorologist Haley Brink.
The Ohio River Valley will continue from the Central Plains until noon on Sunday, then through the afternoon to the East Coast and into the night, Brink said.
By Monday afternoon, the storm has completely moved away from the northeast, Brink said.
According to the National Weather Service, he will move to Nova Scotia.
Kansas and Missouri expect 2 to 4 inches of snow and the Ohio River Valley Brink is estimated to be up to 2 inches.
New York, Philadelphia and Boston will rain in the afternoon and have a wintry mix by evening, Brink said.
This season saw unusually high levels of snowfall in many regions. Caribou, Maine, was on the verge of a record snowfall from Saturday in the 2007-2008 winter season.
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NWS predicts scattered tornadoes and gusts of wind in most of central Georgia and parts of northern Georgia on Sunday.
South and East Alabama may see tornadoes on Sundays, Brink said.