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By Alastair Jamieson

Winter still isn’t done, forecasters warned Saturday, with April snow showers set to dust the Ohio Valley and the Northeast after the Midwest got hit by a heavy storm.

As much as 13 inches of snow had fallen on Sand Bay, Wisconsin by late Friday, the Weather Channel said.

Parts of northern Illinois, Indiana and Ohio saw bursts of briefly heavy snow into early Saturday. Up to two inches an hour fell in Cleveland, lower Michigan and northern Indiana.

Up to 5.6 inches had piled up at the National Weather Service office near Grand Rapids, Michigan, by Saturday morning.

Wintry showers were due across the Northeast during Saturday, and a mix of rain and snow was likely in Philadelphia in the morning, NBC 10 reported.

“If it moves in early enough, we could see some snow try to stick to pavement,” it said.

Temperatures across the Northeast were forecast to stay low until at last Monday morning.