Subfreezing Temperatures to Hit Southeastern US

ABC News' Dave Dahl is tracking the first significant snowfall of the season.
1:05 | 11/10/14

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Let's bring in meteorologist Dave Dahl from minneapolis/st. Paul. A part of the country that is directly in the bull's-eye. Dave, how much snow is this storm going to deliver? It's going to create the most snow so far this season. Of course the first significant snowfall. It's going to affect travel from Montana, and across the dakotas and in Minnesota, 6 to 12 inches could fall. Even here in the twin cities. Maybe as much as a foot and a half in the northern portions of Wisconsin. A foot and a half, no joke. The bigger story is behind the snow. Absolutely. We are going to see the temperatures tumble tomorrow. Here in the upper midwest, we will have the freezing temps. The cold push, the plunge is going to go down the southeastern part of the country. Thursday, we are talking temps in the 30s all the way to the east coast. Arctic plunge sounds uncomfortable. But we thank you very much, Dave Dahl. You're very welcome.

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