The brisk northwesterly winds will continue from the Great Lakes to New England on Wednesday. Despite high temperatures in the 20s from the central Appalachians to northern New England and in the 30s closer to the coast, it will feel like the teens and lower 20s for much of the day.

In addition to the chilly winds, scattered snow showers and flurries will continue for much of the day across the interior part of the Northeast.

Accumulations will be generally lighter than what we saw on Monday and Tuesday, but the higher elevations from West Virginia to New York could receive a few inches of fresh powder.

The winds are expected to diminish slightly towards the end of the week, but another fast-moving storm system promises more widespread snow across the region Thursday night into Friday.

Story by Meteorologist Eric Wanenchak.