Even though the calendar may say today is the first day of spring, the weather won't cooperate across a large portion of the country.

A slow-moving winter storm is forecast to sock portions of the Ohio Valley, Mid-Atlantic and Northeast with a dreary mix of snow and rain today, which will persist and potentially intensify Wednesday.

Snow could fall all the way from eastern Tennessee to northern Maine over the two days.  Some of the heaviest snow should accumulate along the Mason-Dixon Line, which separates Maryland from Pennsylvania.

Though not expected to be a power-house storm or a full-fledged blizzard, the storm could strengthen into the fourth nor'easter of the month in New England.  Here's more from USA Today.