Accumulating ice could lead to slippery roads and some power outages elsewhere in the Northeast.
4.5 inches of snow in Union City, Tennessee 1.25 inches of sleet: Bolivar, Tennessee 1.0 inch of sleet: Blytheville, Arkansas 0.50 inches of sleet in Olive Branch, Mississippi 0.20 inches of sleet: Greenville, Mississippi Check back with us at weather.com for updates to this forecast.
Farther east, numerous street flooding and basement flooding was reported in eastern Massachusetts early Saturday. In addition, over 130 reports of flooding came in Friday from parts of West Virginia, Ohio, western Pennsylvania, and New York state, including the Buffalo and Pittsburgh metro areas.
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Heavy snow is possible from the eastern Great Lakes into northern New England.