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Live: Ice/Snow Invade Charlottesville; Pittsburgh Next

A late-season, multi-day winter storm took shape across the Ohio Valley Sunday night from Cincinnati, Ohio to Charlottesville, Va.

By Sunday evening, some places across southern Ohio had as much as 5 or 6 inches of snow on the ground, with a dangerous glaze of sleet and freezing rain over western and central Virginia.

This storm will slowly advance northward into the day on Monday, impacting cities such as Pittsburgh, State College, Scranton and Buffalo with the potential for heavy, wet, and potentially tree-snapping snow.

By the time Monday night and Tuesday roll around, crushing snow and high winds will invade much of New York state and New England. Well over a foot of windswept snow is in store for Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine.

Scroll down to watch the storm unfold live in its entirety below.

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UPDATES:

1:55 a.m. EDT Monday Some sleet mixing in with the rain in Richmond, Va.uf

1:45 a.m. EDT Monday Here is a look at AccuWeather.com's latest snow map:

1:30 a.m. EDT Monday Freezing rain is occurring across parts of Indianapolis, In.

1:15 a.m. EDT Monday Light snow has made its way from Charlottesville, Va. to Ocean City, Md.