Tracking Winter Storm's Path

ABC News chief meteorologist Ginger Zee tracks the latest weather across the country.
0:49 | 01/06/17

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The southeastern storm is the what we're so concerned about because they have the dividers right on the highway is and you can't clout. It's in Nevada they don't have clouds and so here's why it's going to be a mess tonight for par at places like Louisiana right in Jackson Mississippi Birmingham Alabama. That's 6 PM tonight that's the not great news then it's lines to an overnight really wraps up and drops heavier snow in parts of North Carolina. And South Carolina. A local ABC stations will kind of tune this all out and give you exact numbers but is the big swaps to meet to seven inches as it clips even. Parts of New England by Saturday afternoon and evening one to two inches more in that gray and white area. And I have to tell you guys this picture from out west seven feet in seven days since Bob valley they're getting it another six feet. By the time we reach early next week I'll have that storm coming up in just a couple of innings take care out there right Fincher all right thank you.

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