Another winter storm is coming. Here’s a breakdown of its impact across four regions

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It feels like the aspirin just wore off from this week’s travel headaches and the last thing you’ll likely want to read about is another impactful winter storm potentially snarling transportation across the nation. Unfortunately, this is once again the reality many are facing from the Tennessee River Valley through the I-95 corridor.

The whole gamut of winter precipitation is on the table, from freezing rain to heavy snow. The storm’s forecast track could determine who will experience the worst of winter’s fury, so let’s break down the potential hazards into regions and timing.

Temperatures are taking a nosedive across the Northern Plains and many areas won’t see daytime highs rise above the single digits before the end of the week. Wind chills will range from a staggering -25° to -35° below zero for many across western Minnesota through the Dakotas tonight through Friday morning. The coldest temperatures are expected Friday morning for the Upper Midwest and Northern Plains.




“The snow will start Thursday evening and we may see a slick evening commute,” Charleston West Virginia NWS Meteorologist Megan Kiebler told CNN. “By Friday morning, the bulk of the snow will have fallen and the slick spots will be more apparent.”Snow will be heaviest Thursday evening into early Friday morning from the Potomac Highlands, central Shenandoah Valley, and across the Blue Ridge Mountains. Snow will move into the DC metro region overnight and will create a messy Friday morning commute with a forecast of two to five inches expected.


Source: CNN

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