Transcript for Northeast digs out from 2nd snowstorm, braces for another winter blast
Now to that dangerous storm sweeping across the country. It's the third -- the third one. Yes. Back to back storm. Unjust. Not fair. In less than a week, bringing a wintery mix to millions of Americans. Heavy snow in Denver. Making those roads treacherous. Police issuing an accident alert asking drivers not to call for minor clisions. Many people sick of it, but it's not over. The system now slamming the midwest targeting the northeast again, and it's expected to cause problems into Monday. Rob is in New York, central park tracking it all. Rob, good morning. Reporter: Good morning, whit. We were here yesterday when it was snowing and about four inches total. Some of that melting and in the strong March sun, but there is another storm racing across the country, going to go coast to coast in just three days. This morning, the winter storm slamming the central U.S. As it races across the country, bringing heavy snow, severe weather and extreme cold. Icy roads in Colorado sending cars there sliding. Spinning wheels, drivers forced to get out and push. Just outside Denver, a close call for one driver after their pickup truck went off the road right into an icy creek. The dangerous conditions turning highways into ice Rinks. Watch as two pickup trucks struggled to pull this semi tanker up a snow-covered hill. Eventually the tanker getting up and on its way. And in Kansas, near whiteout conditions. 30 plus-mile-per-hour winds blowing snow sideways and this dramatic video out of Wisconsin. A boy scout camp building suddenly collapsing. The weight of the heavy snow too much to bear. Luckily, nobody in that building, and that snow is all heading towards the northeast, but as I mentioned, it's moving pretty quickly. Let's look at where it is on the radar. The center really right over the state of Kansas, but it's humming along, and you see along I-70, that's where the snow is, and heavy rain coming into an area that can't take any more in the way of rain. Flooding across potentially the southeast. Look at these winter advisories. Not just snow, but deep, cold air. It will feel like mid winter. Let's time this out and show you where everything is going to go. The heavy rain across little Rock, and could be substantial across the southeast. The entire eastern coast really gets hit with this, and that thick snow band, Pittsburgh, D.C., philly tonight, and then New York tomorrow morning early, hanging out for the commute in Boston. Six plus inches along the I-5 corridor, and that could be substantial as folks try to get to school and work on their Monday morning commute. Back inside to you. Rob, thank you. We appreciate it. We'll come back to you soon.
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