Millions face treacherous weather while traveling home after the holidays

A blast of rain and snow sweeps up the East Coast, potentially affecting travel.
1:05 | 01/04/21

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Next, treacherous weather for millions. Rain and snow sweeping up the east coast along the busy I-95 corridor, and touching parts of the great Lakes. A blanket of snow intheast Michigan, this neighborhood turned into a winter wonderland. Let's get right to Brittany bell. What impact could this have on the morning rush tomorrow? Reporter: The rain and snow moves out early tomorrow morning. Slick spots possible on roads overnight. That's when the snow really ramps up. On radar, watching widespread snow from central Pennsylvania to New Hampshire. Farther to the south, widespread heavy rainfall. We still have the winter weather advisories. Timing things out, snow shifting to the east overnight closer to the lower Hudson valley. East to I-95, heavier rainfall. Tomorrow, it stays dry, but with damp roads and temperatures dropping a bit below freezing, some isolated spots on the busy Monday morning commute. Brittany, thank you. And one more note from

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