Winter Weather Systems on the Move

More dangerous conditions and snow with accumulation up to 12 inches expected in some parts of the country.
1:09 | 01/22/15

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Tonight, two winter weather systems on the move. One delivering a blast of snow along the northeast corridor, D.C., philly, New York. A dangerous commute home for millions. Look at this. Cars flipped on icy roads in southern New Jersey. And then these images tonight. One neighborhood in Virginia, from above, blanketed in snow and now a nor easters powering up. Millions in the cross hairs. ABC's ginger zee at the weather wall tonight. Where is it headed and when? Reporter: David, this new storm has already started. That's why we've got winter storm warnings for the Texas hand ha panhandle, parts of Oklahoma and New Mexico. Could see 6 do 12 to 12 inches in the pink. That's through Thursday night, early Friday. But the front side of it is going to be rain and heavy rain. Let me time it all out for you as we go through your Thursday. That low tracks across. Houston to New Orleans, getting those heavy rain showers. It remains rain as it moves through Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina. But then it picks up enough cold arl that by the weekend, starts to affect the mid-atlantic and northeast with freezing rain and potentially snow. Timing is everything and we'll be detailing it in the Dames to come. David? All right, we're forewarned. Jinger see, thank you. Elsewhere around the world,

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