Another Winter Storm to Wallop East

The eastern half of the US is bracing for a second snow storm this week.
3:00 | 02/04/14

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and look at this picture. This is metlife stadium where the super bowl was played Sunday. What a difference a day makes. Might have been a different game. So many bracing for that new and much bigger storm on the way. Another one on top of that as well. The new storm stretching from the middle of the country to the east coast where more heavy snow and ice is expected right now. Ginger, start us off. Everybody was saying, wait, another one. Yes, another one in the northeast that comes tonight through tomorrow but look at this. More than two dozen states interest Colorado and Texas all the way to Maine and some sort of winter weather advisory or warning. Remember, warning means imminent. It is happening or it's about to happen and that's why we've got this active pattern all along the jet stream. We're looking for 6 to 12 inches in the pink area. Just north of New York City but I think it will be right on the edge and we'll be talking about ice too but look all the way back through Indianapolis and Kansas City all in that pink, wow. This is a wallop for so many people and the ice from Arkansas up through southern Illinois even Ohio we have so much to talk about. We've got to get to Clayton Sandell in Kansas City for the biggest this season. Reporter: Hey, good morning, ginger, the first flakes are just starting to fall here in Kansas City and of's got my shovel because as you say, we are about to get walloped. Up to 10 inches in Kansas City. This I've closed the schools telling everyone to stay home. This could be the biggest snowstorm here in 20 years. It's the snow that just won't slow. Government offices, courts and schools closed throughout Connecticut. Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, Ohio, Pennsylvania and west Virginia. Scattered power outages reported throughout the region. At least two deaths and one serious injury blamed on the storm. The northeast this morning shaking off that slop fest of wet and heavy downfall. It's getting ugly. In Yonkers, New York, this SUV slid 150 feet into the snowy woods injuring the driver and taking two tow trucks to pull the vehicle out. One just doesn't do it. Close by a commuter bus slammed into the front of this deli miraculously nobody was injured. On Long Island, that same snow immobilizing this mail truck. The midwest already feeling the force of the next winter wallop. Brad Sauter from our Oklahoma City affiliate KOCO doing all he can to get this pickup truck moving. I got no traction right here, y'all. Soon it was trucks pushing trucks in northwest Arkansas, vehicles flung into ditches and rammed into trees. Now, Kansas City watched that snow and ice catastrophe unfold last weekend in Atlanta and officials say that will not happen here bringing in 250 snowplows and running around the clock to hopefully keep the city moving. You know, nice and cold there so they'll be all in the snow event but the ice is going to move all the what I into Pittsburgh, even Philadelphia, New York City, that's going to come after some snow. It's going to be a really messy mix, the time something what we want to focus in on. It moves her by 2:00 A.M. Going to New York City, gets going in the overnight hours into early tomorrow you'll see us and finally out of our hair by 2:00 P.M. Tomorrow but Boston going to get a lot of this. No one misses out, robin. No. All right, ginger, thank you.

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