Winter storm moves east, may impact millions of commutes

ABC News Senior Meteorologist Rob Marciano tracks the path of the winter storm and discusses what to expect next as it heads east.
0:52 | 11/26/18

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That storm system as Alex said is heading east creating headaches on the road right now, but the real concern is tonight when millions head home from work. Rob is tracking it all. Hi, Cecilia. Wind and snow and rain. Look at this snow. It's a good thing for ski resorts but not when it's blowing 90 miles per hour. This is about 13,000 feet, and we have nine states reporting 50 miles per hour winds, and a foot of snow. This is the first November blizzard in Missouri and Illinois since at least 1959. You're getting it outside of Chicago, and this level track just to the south of Detroit. Snow north and west of there, and heavy rain into the I-95 area right around rush hour and the heavy snow will pile up northwest of I-95, but some seriously heavy rain here. Philly and New York up through Boston right through tomorrow morning. Coastal flight impact. We'll talk about that in a

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