The National Weather Service has issued a snowstorm warning for most of the Northeast from Boston to New York City, as the weather service reports more snow in the Northeast.
The storm warning includes parts of New England and Connecticut.
Weather-related travel advisories are in effect for New England, as well as parts of the New England coast, the state of Maine and parts of Massachusetts.
The weather system is expected to continue through Thursday evening and into Friday morning.
The National Weather Forecast Center said that winds of 25 mph or higher are expected throughout the Northeast, including the New York metro area, along with gusts up to 45 mph and light to moderate rain.
The forecast track for Thursday night is expected along with light snow.
Winds of 25-35 mph are expected along the Northeast Coast.
The storm is forecast to last until at least Friday morning, with more heavy rain possible along the coast, forecasters said.
The National Hurricane Center says that storm surge is expected in coastal areas from New York to New Jersey and New York and New Hampshire.
Forecasters also expect a cold front to develop early Friday morning in the southern Plains.
The cold front will move northeast toward the Carolinas through Thursday night, the weather forecaster said.