A snowstorm will create travel delays across much of the northeastern US this weekend, according to AccuWeather.
Tomorrow night, February 17, experts are predicting rain or a combination of rain and melting snow in southern Ohio and southern and western West Virginia, as well as much of Virginia, southern and central Maryland, much of Delaware and southern New Jersey.
Rain or mostly rain is forecast for the cities of Cincinnati; Charleston, West Virginia; Washington, D.C.; Annapolis, Maryland; Dover, Delaware; and Atlantic City, New Jersey.
In the swath from Philadelphia and New York City, from 1 to 3 inches of snow is forecast with more snow likely over the northern and western suburbs.
Meanwhile, portions of the Upper Midwest are expected to receive a small accumulation of snow during tomorrow.
Cities such as Chicago, Detroit and Cleveland may receive a coating to an inch of snow from a separate storm tagging along farther west.
Flight delays should be expected in all the affected areas.