Winter weather descended over the Midwest and Northeast Saturday, bringing with it frigid temperatures and sparking freeze warnings from New York City to North Carolina, according to forecasters, NBC News reported.
Toledo, Ohio, got nearly 8 inches of snow and Cleveland had more than 4 inches on the ground by Saturday afternoon, the National Weather Service said. The town of Oakland in western Maryland had almost 10 inches of snow.
New York City and Washington D.C., can expect to see temperatures hit 27 degrees Sunday morning, while temperatures in Pittsburgh and Detroit will fall in the low 20s.
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Warmer temperatures are expected to sweep the north and turn snow into rain by Sunday night, forecasters said.