A deadly storm that shut down roads across the Midwest is now taking aim at the Northeast. Snow, sleet and freezing rain are pushing into the interior Northeast on Tuesday, creating slick travel conditions.
Roads are slippery due to the wintry weather across the corridor from western New York to central Pennsylvania and down the spine of the Appalachians.
Portions of the Carolinas are getting another round of snow, following a storm this past weekend. Some snow even fell in northern Georgia.
Meanwhile, some snow is falling on the back edge of the storm across the Great Lakes, including in Chicago, Milwaukee and Green Bay.
9:00 a.m. EST Tuesday: Snow totals in Michigan so far include: 11.0 inches 5 miles north of Shingleton; 10.0 inches 1 mile southwest Calumet; 8.7 inches in Herman.
8:15 a.m. EST Tuesday: Snow totals so far this morning include: 3.5 inches 1 mile northeast of Balsam, N.C.; 2.0 inches 4 miles north-northwest of Cullowhee, N.C.; 2.6 inches in Highlands, N.C.; and 1.5 inches in Suches, Ga.