Is there no end in sight? THUNDERSNOW batters the Midwest as winter storm Rex gets set to hit the East Coast tomorrow morning
The Upper Midwest to Northeast set to experience yet more snowfall on Monday through Tuesday
Winter storm Rex is the 18th named storm of the 2013-14 winter storm season
Chicago area predicted to be hit by another six inches of snow on Monday, then the front will move east
The New York City Sanitation Department has issued a snow alert with the latest wintry weather due to arrive in time for Tuesday morning commute
More than 1,700 flights within, into or out of the United States had been canceled by 1 p.m. EST
New England suffered over the weekend with thousands of homes left without power
Winter on track to be third coldest on record - after 1979 and 1899
By Daily Mail Reporter and Associated Press Reporter
PUBLISHED: 01:55 EST, 17 February 2014 | UPDATED: 16:51 EST, 17 February 2014
The severe winter weather continues to wreak havoc across parts of the country, with yet another quick-moving system threatening to lay down a swath of several inches of snow from the Upper Midwest to the Northeast on Monday through Tuesday.
Winter weather alerts have been issued across a large chunk of the Midwest in advance of winter storm Rex - the 18th named storm of the 2013-14 season - which is expected to dump more than a half-foot of snow in some areas.
The Chicago area is predicted to endure up to six inches of snow on Monday, while thunder snow is possible as the heaviest band moves though. New York and most of the East Coast can expect snow to start falling in the early hours of Tuesday morning before it turns to rain later in the day.