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Stormy pattern to bring rain, snow chances for Midwest and Northeast

The first official day of winter might be a couple weeks away, but it might be feeling and looking wintry by the end of this week. AccuWeather meteorologists say that cold and stormy weather conditions could continue to disrupt holiday shoppers and outdoor celebrations in the coming days.

Near-seasonable conditions started out the week, with afternoon high temperatures in cities from Buffalo, New York, to Philadelphia holding within a few degrees of normal on Monday. Gradually warmer conditions are expected into the middle of the week before the chillier air follows in behind the front.

A storm, and its associated cold front, moved into the Ohio Valley and Northeast on Monday night and rain began to overspread the region. On-and-off rain is expected on Tuesday and Tuesday night along the Interstate 95 corridor from Boston to Washington, D.C. Showers are expected to linger in the region on Wednesday as well.

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