Updated 03:55 AM EDT, Wed, Sep 22, 2021

Spring Snow Storm 2014 Maps, Update: Storm Expected to Bring Snow to the East Coast

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It may be spring, but the East Coast is going to get hit with another blast from Old Man Winter this week.

According to The Weather Channel, a powerful storm will develop off the East Coast Tuesday and Wednesday, which may bring heavy snow in some parts of eastern New England. Other regions in the Northeast are expected to get light snow accumulations.

During the day, light to moderate snow will fall from the Great Lakes and Ohio Valley into the central Appalachians and Mid-Atlantic, before ending Tuesday night.

There is also the potential for snow and wind to spread through New Jersey and the New York City area, including Long Island. Snowfall amounts in New York City could range from a dusting to several inches, with eastern Long Island getting the most. New Jersey could also get 2 inches of snow, reports NBC New York News. The most intense parts of the storm should stay over the Atlantic Ocean.

Meteorologists also predict that Cape Cod and Nantucket in Massachusetts will be hit with a few inches of snow.

CBS Boston predicts that the peak of the storm will arrive around 5 a.m. Wednesday morning and last through the midday. This is when the storm will bring the heaviest snow and strongest winds. In Boston and points north and west, the snow should be fairly light, but the morning commute will still be snowy.

The greatest amount of snow will be over Cape Cod and the Islands, with the possibility of 6 to 12 inches of snow accumulation. Parts of Southeastern Massachusetts, like Plymouth and Bristol Counties, will receive less at about 3 to 6 inches of snow.

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