We begin with two giant storms on both coasts. Look at this, just a week after that last monster blizzard it's slow going in portsmouth, new hampshire tonight, extending as far south as florida.... See More
We begin with two giant storms on both coasts. Look at this, just a week after that last monster blizzard it's slow going in portsmouth, new hampshire tonight, extending as far south as florida. Spring training, the pitcher for the washington nationals all bundled up. Out west, this new storm coming ashore will blow down the coast and then head to the midwest. Ginger zee with the all picture beginning with that blinding snow in the northeast. Reporter: It's snowing and blowing again in new england. Winds roaring on cape cod, nearly 60 miles per hour gusts. The storm clipped long island, sending cars into ditches. In maine, they were buried last weekend and are fighting through again today. I'm ready for spring. Yeah, I'm definitely sick of winter. Reporter: In massachusetts, more salt, more plows and up to six inches of fresh snow. Just last weekend, we were trudging around in more than two feet of snow. And on cape cod, we met bob and arlene williams who last week were forced into a red cross shelter after that epic blizzard robbed them of electricity and heat. Tonight bob and arlene tell me they got another half foot of snow, but the power and heat is still on. It's not as nasty. The last storm was nasty. Reporter: This is the same storm that brought snow to the carolinas and icy temps to florida. Farmers there just trying to keep their crops warm through one more night of sub freezing cold. Glad to hear bob and arlene did not lose power again. You were saying, this system is moving off shore just as the system out west will cause Our attention has to turn to the west. Tomorrow into tuesday, they're going to start to feel it. Tuesday afternoon, thunderstorm, even hail in southern california and that same system going to reinvigorate, pass over denver, through the midwest. See the white blob, that could be a foot and a half of snow or more. Going to be incredible. South looking for tornadoes, hail, damaging winds, that's on thursday.
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