Commuters along the I-95 corridor in the mid-Atlantic and southern New England are urged to use caution this morning. Snow from the overnight hours has left a few slick spots on untreated roads and sidewalks. This includes areas around Washington, D.C., Philadelphia and New York City.

Most of the snow has departed the I-95 corridor. Road and sidewalk conditions will improve by the afternoon as temperatures creep above freezing and some sunshine returns.

Snow showers and flurries will linger into tonight across coastal Maine and the Northeast's interior as a storm system drops down from Canada. The snow showers could leave up to an inch or two in coastal Maine, the interior mountains, and downwind of the Great Lakes.

In the wake of this system, blustery winds will usher fresh cold air into the Northeast tonight into Thursday. That cold will set the stage for a new mid-Atlantic snowstorm Friday into Saturday.

Story by Senior Meteorologist Kristina Pydynowski