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Winter storm Dylan is moving from Vermont towards New York and New England where it will dump icy rain and snow before Christmas Day.
Freezing downpours were already seen in Buffalo, Syracuse and Albany on Saturday morning and there were icy conditions across Massachusetts and Maine where temperatures plummeted to 23F overnight.
Inches - Snow - Parts - Maine - Overnight
As much as six inches of snow is expected in parts of Maine overnight.
In New York City, temperatures remained mild and there were steady downpours on Saturday morning.
Ice - Roads - New - England - Friday
Ice on the roads further upstate and across New England on Friday posed danger for motorists rushing to get home for the holiday.
Several accidents were reported as a result of ice on the roads, according to The Weather Channel.
Weather - Parts - Country
There was more severe weather in other parts of the country.
In Montana earlier this week, 40 inches of snow was recorded at the Glacier Park.
Destinations - Fashion - White - Christmas
For those who are able to get to their destinations in a timely fashion, many will see a White Christmas.
Wet and wintry conditions are expected from Tennessee to Montana and up to Maine - and parts of the Northeast and Northern Plains have already had more than a foot of snow fall.
Snowflakes - Christmas - Day - Pennsylvania - New
And snowflakes are expected to sprinkle through Christmas day in Pennsylvania, New York and northern New England. In parts of the Midwest and areas of high elevation there is expected to be a dumping of snow over the holiday weekend and all through the next week.
Roughly 2.7million Americans are flying to their holiday destinations on Friday ahead of the weekend.
Millions - Friends - Family - Holiday - Weekend
And there will be millions more driving to visit friends and family over the holiday weekend, with more than 97million expected to take to the roads over the next week.
In total a record number of more than 107million people will pack...
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