Initial bursts of rain and snow moved overnight from Washington, D.C., to New York City with some parts already seeing as much as 3 inches, as up and down the East Coast millions are preparing for the second powerful nor'easter in a week.
The main storm bearing down on the East Coast is still developing off North Carolina's Outer Banks, as warnings and advisories stretch from Virginia to Maine.
As low pressure forms on the North Carolina-Virginia border, an initial batch of snow is moving along Interstate-95 from Baltimore north toward central New York. Rain is falling along the New Jersey coast and into the mid-Atlantic.
Philadelphia may see 4-6 inches, after Washington, D.C., got about half an inch, and Baltimore may see 1-2 inches.
New York City should see 4-9 inches of snow, with possibly 10 inches near the Bronx, as the region 10-15 miles north of the city may get a foot.
Boston will most likely see 1-3 inches, as areas to the west and north receive a foot. Other areas may receive as much as 2 feet.