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As the storm heads east, up to 16 inches (41 cm) of snow were likely in western Missouri and St. Louis.

Jared Maples, a meteorologist at the National Weather Service in St. Louis, said around noon Saturday that areas near Jefferson City and Columbia reported 12-13 inches of snow.

The snow will shift later Saturday to the East Coast, with 4 to 6 inches predicted for Washington and 2 to 3 inches for Baltimore, forecasters said. "D.C. will end up having at least a day and a half [of snow]. we don't have that many snow events that last that long".

Parts of central IL have registered record snowfalls after a winter storm struck and then lingered for much of the weekend.

At least five other people have been were killed in crashes on slick roadways in Kansas and Missouri since Friday due to storm conditions.

State police said the surplus vehicle's driver died at the scene.

The wintry mix was also causing problems at airports in the region, including more than 250 flight cancellations Sunday at the three main airports serving the nation's capital.

Though crews have cleared most major roads and interstates, the Missouri Department of Transportation is warning drivers that melting snow and ice will refreeze as temperatures drop tonight.

"With the moisture that was around an inch in liquid or more, that was plenty enough to stack up what we got across the area", he said. In Columbia, Mo., an American Airlines flight slid off the runway, one Twitter user reported.

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For Kansas City Chiefs offensive guard Jeff Allen, there was a bright spot hen a Good Samaritan helped pull his vehicle out of the snow after he got stuck en route to Arrowhead Stadium for the divisional playoff game Saturday.

The storm moved into Kansas and Nebraska from the Rockies on Friday, then east into Missouri, Illinois and Indiana.

The National Weather Service said that the heaviest snow threat has shifted into the Mid-Atlantic, where 5 to 12 inches of snow is expected through Sunday night.

Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam declared a state of emergency on Saturday in order to mitigate damage from snowfall, ice and high winds.

The Appalachians will pick up some snow and sleet in Virginia, down through North Carolina and Tennessee. The department reported incidents and stalls on interstates overnight.

Snow is forecast for the Appalachian Mountains and the mid-Atlantic on Saturday evening and Sunday.

Ronald W Harris, 73, of Gainesville, Georgia, died after his vehicle was struck by two tractor-trailers. Illinois State Police said troopers along the Mississippi River across from St. Louis had responded to more than 100 crashes during the storm.

Along with Washington and Baltimore, Philadelphia is predicted to get 1 to 2 inches of snow, and there is a possibility of light accumulation in NY along the storm's northern edge.

The storm was expected to continue into Sunday evening.