Hey, I hope you had a nice weekend with all the trappings of springtime preparations at your disposal: baseball season's beginning, St. Patrick's Day sloppiness, maybe a pair of shorts! Did you wear shorts? Well, guess what—it's over.

Tomorrow morning, more snow is expected to pummel St. Louis to Philadelphia, with even a few flurries touching down at the infamous St. Patrick's Day celebrations in New York.

According to USA Today:

Rain late Sunday from the south will meet cold air from the Great Lakes and turn to snow and sleet in St. Louis, Louisville and Cincinnati, according to Accuweather.com. Virginia and Maryland should get a few inches, with up to a half-foot in the mountains, Accuweather says.

If you had plans on traveling, you might have to reconsider.

In the Washington area, Dulles and Reagan National airports were bracing for the storm with snow-removal teams waiting. But the airports warned that flights could be canceled and urged travelers to check with airlines about specific flights.

But if you're the intelligent kind, who doesn't live anywhere near this unholy section of the Midwest to East Coast, then you're probably laughing. Go on, laugh. Everyone else, feel free to sound off in the comments about your anger/fears/frustrations. Take it out on the jet stream if you have to.

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