Missouri declares state of emergency as millions prepare for nor'easter

Heavy rain, flooding and strong winds are expected to hit residents from Washington, D.C., to Boston.
0:50 | 03/21/19

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Transcript for Missouri declares state of emergency as millions prepare for nor'easter
the dangerous weather tonight facing millions of commuters on their way home. The nor'easter targeting millions. Virginia state police responding to vehicles skidding off icy roads. Heavy rain and strong winds from D.C. Up through Philadelphia, New York and Boston. Meteorologist rob Marciano tracking it all again tonight for us. Hey, rob. Reporter: Hi, David. The timing of this storm is slowing, which means more in the way of rain, snow, coastal flooding and wind the next two days. The center is still over the Chesapeake, where Virginia has really been getting hammered all day. You see the heaviest stuff just west of D.C. We'll see more of the heavy stuff spiraling off the atlantic tonight. Philadelphia, New York City and then Boston. Still hanging around for a messy morning commute. Heavy wet snow just inland. Then the winds really get cranking tomorrow night. And looks like the entire east coast will feel the impacts of this storm right through Saturday. David? Rob, thank you.

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