A new round of winter weather walloped the Philadelphia region on Tuesday (February 18).
Area residents awoke to a fresh blanket of snow early in the morning and local media images from South Philly showed highways covered in white ahead of the morning commute.
Further east, similar scenes were reported from Delaware Countyprompting concern that the new layer of snow was covering icy spots left behind by earlier snow storms.
The snow has forced schools and businesses in the area to close or delay opening, but residents can look forward to warmer temperatures later in the day.
In Wisconsin, Madison a winter storm warning is in effect and officials have warned motorists to expect poor visibility and slick roads.
The area could receive as much as five inches (12.7 cm) of snow in addition to winds gusts of up to 25 miles an hour (40km).
The snow is expected to move out by the end of the day with temperatures expected to be above freezing.