Transcript for Midwest to Northeast hit with spring snow
spring snowstorm that shutting right now. A messy commute for the northeast. You're looking live at the new Jersey turnpike. Let's go to rob in a snowy times square. Good morning. Braving the elements. Can you believe it? Hello, April? Another snowstorm. Here we go. Accumulating in some spots. The pavement is warm if the urban areas. Forth of here, the bronx, snow on the the secondary road ways there. Highways will be slick for the morning commute. Bridgeport, Connecticut. Providence, Rhode Island. Up to two to five inches in a short time. A mess in the midwest for the Easter holiday. Check it out. Easter whiteouts and springtime snowstorms making for wicked driving conditions. Cars spinning out of control in Missouri. Kansas. And Nebraska. This time of year, we're pretty much sick of it. It's mother nature's April fool's. Reporter: Millions slammed from the midwest to the east coast. This multicar pileup in Wyoming shutting down the interstate sfr hours early Sunday. As authorities worked to clear the wreckage. Slow down. You're not going to be able to stop fast. You're going to slide for sure. Reporter: And it's not over yet. Probably just going to continue to get worse and worse. Reporter: The storm pushing east with up to a half a foot of snow expected. This, on April 2nd. I was excited for spring. I had hope. Reporter: Patience, patience. February was unusually warm. We're paying the price a little bit. It should be out of the northeast by lunchtime for the most part. Dropping two to five inches of snow. The strong April sun will help to melt that after the fact. We have more cold air down the pipe for the rest of the week. Not quite over. Even though it's April 2nd. I'm trying not to hold you personally responsible for this, rob. It's making for a messy commute, as millions head back to work.
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