Transcript for Arctic blast on the way for Midwest, Northeast
Now we turn to that weather whiplash. After record heat, the coldest temperatures of the season and possible snow are on the way for millions from the midwest to the northeast. Ginger is doing what she's doing best, tracking the very latest. Good morning, ginger. Good morning to you, Michael. Two storms and a cold snap from Wisconsin back through Austin, Minnesota, an area that will get snow. Wisconsin, they'll take the brunt of it especially southern Wisconsin. We put the streamlines which represent where that low pressure system, where the winds at the surface will be. You see how it wraps up right into lacrosse into that bend. That will be by tomorrow morning. The winter weather advisory means if you are traveling through southern Wisconsin or kind of central there, Madison or Milwaukee, you're going to end up with a potential for two to four inches of snow going into early tomorrow morning. So it's really kind of an overnight deal. Interstate 94 and 90 will be slick. That's storm one. I have to show you storm two which could bring flooding to the ozarks down to Arkansas and Oklahoma right to the northeast where it's going to meet that super cold air, robin, and bring us flakes of snow especially interior new England and western New York.
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