Transcript for Winter blast creates dangerous driving conditions
everyone out there. And weather. The blast of winter weather kauing so many problem across the midwest. Now it's cau problems in the northeast. Gio is on the road in Providence, Rhode Island. Good morning. Reporter: Good morning, Michael. We got the snow overnight. Now we're getting the sleet. E look at the road cam right now. Messy conditions out here. And this is exactly the kinds of conditions causing all of those dangerous zepts. Weekend winter whiteouts leading to wreck after wreck. Overnight in Ohio, watch as this pickup truck fish-tails all over the road before doing a 180, bringing traffic to a halt. This was the scene in Wisconsin. It was a little dicey. Reporter: Roads littered with wreckage after cars spun out. Northern Illinois getting so much snow, driver visibility reduced to 100 feet. In Denver -- You couldn't see a foot in front of you. Reporter: A 49-car pileup. 17 injured in the wreck. Oh, my lord. Reporter: And terrifying chain reaction caught on ram ra. There's nothing you can do. It's best for you to stay in the truck, man. Reporter: Cars and trucks barrelling down this Kansas City highway over the weekend. Watch this pickup slam into those two vehicles. We now know 47 vehicles were involved. Injuring multiple people. And killing a 74-year-old woman. In eastern Pennsylvania, two clydesdales falling through the ice on a frozen lake. Rescuers able to cut a path through the ice. Helping the draught horses escape. Later today, it will get warmer. The snow and the ice is going to start to melt. But afterwards, in the evening, we're going to start getting the freezing temperatures. So that snow and melted eyes, that is all going the freeze up again. That's when you have to watch out for that black ice, Michael. Thank you so much, gio. Be safe out there yourself. And the southeast is bracing for several rounds of heavy rain and possible flooding while another winter storm take shape. Ginger has her eye on all of that this morning. Just a slew of storms to talk about. Interstate 5 at the grapevine. Closed again for a time. Las Vegas, Nevada. Snow falling in Las Vegas. Yes, it does happen. It hasn't been measurable at the airport since 2008. Until last night. Denver more snow. They're at about almost 20 inches. 15 inches below average. They're trying to catch up on their snow. Folks from Kansas City to St. Louis say tomorrow we don't need more. But you're going to get it. Watch this. The lower part. The sourp part I'm concern about the stationary front. You'll end up by mid wooek with places having 6 to 10 inches of rain. I-40 to Nashville, this is going to impact people this week. To Washington now and the reaction this morning to that
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