After wreaking havoc on the Midwest, winter storm Bruce is making its way to the east coast.
The snowstorm, which caused several accidents, travel delays, and interstate closures over the weekend, is currently heading towards the Great Lakes, where it will drop rain and snow over several states, according to . The system will also bring strong winds and snowfall to New England.
On Monday, Bruce will arrive in Ohio and Pennsylvania where it will linger and drop up to five inches of snow through Wednesday. The storm will reach the edge of the Northeast by Tuesday, where it's expected to escalate into a nor'easter and bring more than 12 inches of snow in some parts, according to .
While some regions will only see rain or a light mix, several winter storm warnings have already been issued in areas throughout New York, Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine.
"A general three to 12 inches of snow will fall from northeastern upstate New York to northern New England," AccuWeather meteorologist Alex Sosnowski said. "Some of the mountains of northeastern New York state, northern Vermont, New Hampshire, and northwestern Maine can expect more than a foot of snow."
Over the weekend, Bruce brought blizzard conditions to much of the Midwest. Snow accumulations were as high as 37 inches in parts of Colorado and even 60 inches in parts of Wyoming. Strong winds made for dangerous travel conditions, and folks in Kansas and Iowa experienced thundersnow throughout the storm's stay.
And while the worst may be over in the Midwest, thousands of canceled and delayed post-Thanksgiving flights will continue to disrupt air travel early in the week.
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