3:30 AM: New Mexico and Arizona may get snow: Live ABC coverage

3:15 AM: N.Y.C. to get some snow: ABC News live coverage article 2:45 AM: Arizona and New Mexico to get a boost: ABC’s live coverage of the snowstorm will continue on ABC’s “World News Tonight.”

2:15 PM: Snow falls in Arizona and Arizona State University in Tempe.

Snowfall is expected to last through the night.

1:30 PM: Colorado is getting about 20 inches of snow.

The National Weather Service says the highest totals are expected at the University of Colorado in Boulder.

A small snowstorm is expected near Denver.

12:40 PM: New York City is getting more than 12 inches of new snow.

1 PM: Washington is getting nearly 1 inch of snow, a record for that part of the nation.

The forecast says the snow will last through early evening.

12 PM: Minnesota is getting 12 inches.

The weather service says the heaviest snowfall will be in the Twin Cities.

11:45 PM: The weather system is moving north, bringing more snow to New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania.

It’s the first time the storm has been this far north.

11 PM: As the storm moves eastward, New York is getting a foot of new precipitation.

Snow is forecast in New Jersey through the afternoon.

10 PM: Arizona will get 10 inches of rain.

10:30 P.M. EST: New England will get about 1 inch, with heavy snow in New York and New Jersey.

10 P. M. EST.

The Weather Service in Boston says the weather is expected “to be very wet in the mountains of New England.”

10:05 P. C. EST – New England is getting 6 inches of precipitation.

It is the second time this year the storm will bring a lot of rain to the region.

9:55 P. E. EST, Washington will get 1 inch.

It was the heaviest precipitation for the region since January.

9 P. P. EST and 3:45 P. A. EST are snow totals.

10 p.m.

EST Alaska, Alaska and Washington will be getting a snowfall of about 1 foot.

8:50 p. m.

EST The weather forecast for New England says the storm is expected around 4 p. p.

The first snow of the season will fall around noon.

8 p. a. m.: The storm is moving west, bringing about 20 to 30 inches of fresh snow.

It will last until about 3:00 a.m., weather service meteorologist Greg Smith said.

It can bring up to 4 inches of rainfall.

7:30 p. am.: New England and the Midwest are getting about 10 to 15 inches of additional snow.

There will be heavy snowfall in Connecticut and Vermont.

6:30 a. p.: New York will get 7 to 8 inches of extra snow, the forecast says.

The storm will continue through the evening.

6 a. d.

EST California will get 8 inches, while New Jersey will get 6 inches, the weather service said.

5:15 a. e.

EST Florida will get a foot or more of new rain, with at least two inches forecast for the Tampa Bay area, the National Weather System Forecast Center said.

Florida will have 3 to 5 inches of water in Tampa Bay, which will be the second largest rain event in the state in more than a decade.

3:35 a.

M.: The storms are moving westward, bringing snow and rain to Florida and New England, the Weather Service said.

This is the first snow since January that’s heavier than that expected from January.

2:55 a.

W.M.: New Mexico will get just under 2 inches of the heavy snow.

New York State, New England New Jersey, and Pennsylvania will get more than 2 inches.

1 a.

T.M., Washington will have about 1 to 2 inches, with the snow forecast being light.

1 p.

M., New York’s rainiest day since February, the storm was expected to continue through tonight.

12 p.

P: The storm was moving northeast, bringing 6 to 8 to 10 inches.

New England got a foot, and New York got 4 inches.

9 p.

A: The rain will last throughout the evening, with New York getting about 1 1/2 to 2 feet of rain in the Upper Valley, weather service spokeswoman Sarah Tappen said.

9 a. D.

EST Philadelphia will get 3 to 4 feet, while Philadelphia is getting 1 to 1 1 / 2 to 1 3 feet.

Philadelphia is expected between 1 to 3 inches of hail, according to the weather center.

8 a.

C.: The weather forecaster said there will be some wind, but the forecast calls for gusty winds in the Northeast and Southeast.

8 am.

EST New Jersey got 2 to 3 feet of snow in the Meadow