Tracking Winter Storm's Path

ABC News chief meteorologist Ginger Zee tracks the latest weather across the country.
1:09 | 01/05/17

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Okay, thank you, David. Let's get to ginger right now. Lot of white on that board. A lot of white and that's all the states. Look at this, it's already snowing in parts of Kentucky and Tennessee. Winter alert stretching through California to the midwest. Atlanta, a couple of lows we're watching. First one in the mid-south going to move here by tonight. Along the I-95 corridor, phadelphia, Baltimore, something to note for the trip home or trip to work tomorrow. Then, Friday, noon, starting in the northern hills of Alabama, Georgia and then it wraps up by Saturday morning, South Carolina and North Carolina. This is all thanks to a lot of cold air, Denver this morning, feels like 13 below with wind chills and a good thing they got this guy down. Look at this video, this is sparky the cat, he was up there for two days in the snowstorm. The power company came and were able to get him down. Two days. I was nervous because his nickname was sparky. I know. Happy ending there. Thank you, ginger.

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