Transcript for Temperatures plunge in Midwest, Northeast braces for deep freeze
Now to that winter weather that is on the move. Snow causing spinouts and temperatures plunging in the midwest. Well now the northeast is also bracing for a deep freeze. Ginger is tracking it all. Good morning, ginger. Reporter: Good morning. Check this out. You can barely see on some of the roads and right here in western New York we're up to and already six plus inches of snow has fallen in some of the lake-effect snow bands so there's still warnings and advisories up for that. Still wind gusts of 40 to 50 miles per hour in parts of the appalachians and mid-atlantic but see the winter storm watch back for St. Louis. That's the new storm everybody is talking about for the weekend. It gets going tomorrow in the plains and then really fills in for Kansas City to St. Louis, central Illinois and central Indiana on Saturday, you could end up with 3 to 6 inches of snow especially closer to that rain/know line and Sunday it settles in for the mid-atlantic. Northern Virginia through Maryland, George, a sure bet. Yeah, it's going to be some weekend. Thank you. We move on to fallout for R.
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