NEW YORK - The United States' northeast was yet again blanketed Monday with snow, reminding residents that winter is still here. "As the storm continues to pull away we expect snow to end across the region by this afternoon," a weather forecaster said. High pressure building in from Canada will bring cold and dry air to the region this evening and persist through mid-week. As a result, temperatures during the overnight and early morning hours will be very cold with single digits and below zero temperatures likely through Wednesday. Three inches was already on the ground before dawn, but officials were hopeful that the Presidents' Day would see lessening of the storm's impact. But still, a slushy mix is making streets dangerous, and officials are urging caution to anyone who must leave home. Trucks were salting and began ploughing as soon as there was enough accumulation, but slow driving was encouraged. Another system coming though Monday evening could drop some more precipitation across the area. The storms are making for tricky travel at times, especially in northern areas.