Transcript for Massive storms and snow in Michigan and Maine; relentless rain washes out Tennessee
Our weather team is tracking a massive storm system blowing snow and creating miserable conditions in Michigan. It main snow caused this crash involving multiple tractor trailers on I 95 but snow isn't the only threat from this storm. In Tennessee the relentless rain washed out this road and the concern in the south is that the system will cause even more flooding at least two states have declared states of emergency. Our rob Marciano is tracking at all. Hi Diane up front that. Finally has cleared the North Sea some brought this colder air and is really causing some problems across the south the status stalled down there. And now the flood zone to give more in the way of right unfortunately the radar showing some snow accidents dropping in through parts of the planes at the upper level energy that's connect. Can I kick start his stalled front so more in the way of heavy rain in the morning from eastern Texas through Louisiana unfortunately Jackson Mississippi Birmingham Atlanta. To Augusta Georgia Charleston you're all gonna get more rang you don't need abundance of snow across the Carolinas or trolley over to Norfolk Virginia Beach. Advisories and winter storm watches are posted to see one to three or four inches of snow right for the evening commutes that's going to be disruptive. As folks are ready for the weekend in a morning though Ayers a comes a cold there minus eighteen in Minneapolis for a wind chill. Might as nine and the Moines. Seven in Kansas City and three degrees below zero for a wind chill tomorrow morning in Chicago then on Friday we get. The score the cold air here in the northeast at or below freezing for Boston and Burlington even twelve degrees. In DC soy brutally cold starts the weekend and potentially. Usual snow event for parts of the mid Atlantic will be watching tomorrow afternoon and evening.
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