Winter not yet done, more snow for parts of US

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — Spring is just days away but winter is not leaving quietly.

Much of the East Coast enjoyed spring-like temperatures Saturday. That's expected to change by Monday with the arrival of another late-winter storm.

The National Weather Service says snow is expected from the Central Appalachians to the Jersey Shore. Parts of Virginia and West Virginia could receive up to 10 inches of snow.

Rain and thunderstorms are expected in the Southeast, some of which could be strong.

Authorities are investigating whether straight line winds or a tornado led to a building collapse Sunday morning in Atmore, Ala. Atmore police say no injuries were reported.

Winter-weary people are hoping this is winter's final encore.

Ricardo Contreras of Harrisburg, Pa., says he has no plans to shovel whatever might fall overnight.

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