Transcript for Rare tornado lands in Ohio as storm sets sights on Northeast
the fast-moving storm from the midwest, right into the northeast tonight, including a rare tornado in Ohio today. This water spout on the lake in courtland, Ohio, on land and then becoming a confirmed ef-1 tornado, winds more than 90 miles an hour. Damaging homes, bringing down trees on top of cars there. Hazardous driving in Michigan tonight. More than a foot of snow in some places. Winter weather advisories stretching from West Virginia up into the northeast into Maine. Chief meteorologist ginger zee tracking it all again for us tonight. Hi, ginger. Reporter: Hi, David. So many of us have had such a mild start to the winter, like Buffalo, New York, almost 20 inches below their snowfall average since December 1st. But look at that map, a hit of winter is coming at you, especially south of Buffalo. We've got a winter storm warning for 6 to 12 inches of lake effect snow. I think overall, if you're not in the Lee of the Lakes, you will certainly feel the wind. 20 to 40-mile-per-hour gusts. And then by the end of the week, single digit or even sub-zero wind chills. On the west coast, it's winter for them. That's just the storm tomorrow morning. There's another one coming for the end of the week. David? Watching both coasts tonight. Ginger, thank you. Now to the bombshell from
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