School closings, delayed openings due to snow (Monday, March 4, 2019)

Clay Curtis
March 4, 2019

Several area municipalities declared a snow emergency Sunday night into Monday morning.

The National Weather Service has expanded a winter weather advisory to include a large swath of central and eastern Nevada along the U.S. Highway 50 corridor.

A winter storm is making its way across much of the USA, bringing rain, snow and bitter cold to some areas.

According to the National Weather Service, wind chills in northern IL could drop to minus-28 (minus-33 Celsius) by Monday morning.

Almost 24 million Americans will be hit by heavy snow showers carpeting the Tri-sate and other areas from Sunday, with NY set to be hammered by six inches. Wind chills Monday morning in northern IL could dip to minus 28.

The heaviest bursts of snow are expected to barrel across the country from 8pm EST.

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Any Sunday evening plans you have will be good to go.

CBS2 meteorologist and weather producer Matt DeLucia reports that precipitation is expected to move in between 4-8 p.m. from SW to NE. Some sleet and freezing rain may also accompany the snow.

New York City public schools will be closed.

Forecasters are predicting between three and six inches of snow for most of the state.

The light snow that fell Saturday morning was almost gone by the end of the day, but a more significant late-winter punch is on its way.

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