Winter blast slams the Midwest

ABC News chief meteorologist Ginger Zee is tracking the storm as it moves into the Northeast.
0:45 | 02/26/20

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yesterday which leads us to the winter blast hitting the midwest. Millions are facing a messy commute from Missouri to Maine. Ginger tracking the very latest. Good morning, ginger. Reporter: Good morning, snow is flying in Chicago this morning making for a wet and in some places slick commute seeing the sun just come up there with snow flying and it was much more snow in central Kansas. That is close to 13 inches falling again. Now as this all moves east I want to show you Detroit, 600 schools are closed today and that's because through the day you'll start to get into the moderate and heavy bands. Heavy rain on the front end making its way through here tonight and tomorrow morning and it is the wind behind here that's going to cause lake-effect snow, talking feet for some and windy conditions on the east coast. All right, ginger, thank you. We have a major just now

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