Transcript for Strong storms impact millions of people on both coasts
with a pair of developing weather stories. Two major storms we're tracking, one on each coast. In the east there are weather hazards all the way up through new England including tornadoes in Florida and flooding and high winds in the northeast. Look at this cell phone video we got of freezing rain accumulating on cars in louisburg, West Virginia. And in the west a second storm bringing heavy snow to the rockies. Check out these vehicles slipping and sliding in Vail, Colorado. Forecasters are also warning of an avalanche risk. For the very latest on both of these systems, let's go right to rob who's in Philadelphia. Rob, good morning to you. Hey, good morning, whit. Still raining lightly in Philadelphia but the heavy rain is yet to move through the northeast. The U.S. Smothered by large storms both moving pretty quickly. So let's go to it and show you what we're looking at as far as the radar. Heavy rain across parts of the northeast all rolling up into new England and then another batch of rain coming back through the mountains. That will have to get through today, as well. So a system that's coagulating and we've got a severe thunderstorm watch that had already a couple of tornado warnings across Florida and a myriad of alerts including flood watches, high wind warnings and coastal flood advisories as this low on the coast gets cranked up. On the back side of this as you'll see here as we put it through time snow and icy conditions will begin to accumulate later on today. 3 to 6 inches of that. But the bigger story, more widespread is going to be the wind that comes in behind this. We will see winds gusting 20, 30, maybe as much as 40 miles an hour right through tomorrow morning. That west coast storm is no joke. We'll talk more about that,
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