Snow squalls blow across Northeast

A time lapse from Philadelphia showed the quick burst of heavy snow obscuring the skyline
0:51 | 01/09/20

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And next tonight, we are tracking a major storm that will slam the south, all the way up through the northeast. Major cities in the track. The system 1,700 miles long, from Texas to Maine. Snow, sleet, freezing rain. So, let's get right to meteorologist rob Marciano tracking it all for us tonight. Hey, rob. Reporter: Hi, David. We have big swings coming, starting with this cold that's pouring into the northeast. Snow squalls active on the radar, especially around the Lakes and the wind advisory continues. Going to be slick and brisk in the morning. Feeling like 15 in philly, 10 in Boston. And the storms driving into the west will get across the rockies tomorrow, into the plains on Friday. Big-time severe weather setup from Houston up to Little Rock. Or the nay doles a distinct possibility. Then pushing through New Orleans and Birmingham on Saturday. Could see a foot of snow on the back side of this. The warm sector is huge with flooding rain into the Ohio valley and the whole mess gets into the northeast on Sunday. David? Rob Marciano, we'll be tracking it. Thank you, rob.

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