Severe weather heading east as Election Day approaches

The same storm system that dumped up to 16 inches of snow from Wyoming to Colorado, shutting down major roads, is heading for the Mississippi River Valley.
0:42 | 11/05/18

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Now for a look at your weather for this Monday morning. Interstate seventy near Vail Colorado had to be closed in both directions vehicles there slid off the highway. With at least one major crash reported. It's a first major snow closure of the season in that area in the meantime severe storms are possible today from northern Louisiana all the way to Kentucky. With hail and some tornadoes possible in the overnight hours the high temperatures for most of the northern half the country will be in the low to mid fifties today in Miami warm as 85.

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