Arctic blast and snow in the East

ABC News chief meteorologist Ginger Zee tracks the latest temperatures and winter conditions across the country.
1:02 | 12/12/19

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James, thanks very much. The storms on both coasts bringing a deep freeze from the midwest to the east. Millions are going to feel that cold blast and ginger is tracking the latest. Good morning, ginger. Good morning, George. We are feeling it in New York. West Seneca, visibility low, up to nine inches of fresh snow reported in western New York. A lot of lake enhanced on the roads and a mess in amherst. That cold snow on the ground and then you take a high pressure system, you settle right over the mid-atlantic and that's what we'll see this morning. You basically have all the air rushing down, no clouds formed. It's like taking the blanket off. That high pressure system is liked there. The center of the high kind of represented by those streamlines which are the surface winds. Up by 95 and show you how cold it is. Starting with a windchill at 18 in Washington, D.C. 12, New York City, Hartford, 9. Look at up to bangor, 0. Subzero, interior new England. There is a storm coming from winston-salem to Roanoke, Rhode Island. We turn to a new investigation into college

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