Midwest Blizzard Raging, High Winds Shifting EastThe storm continues moving north along the U.S.-Canada border
Near-blizzard conditions continue Friday morning with heavy snow and high winds across parts of Michigan and northern Indiana as a storm moves along the U.S.-Canada border.
Travel is hazardous and not advised across portions of the Midwest into Friday as the winds continue to howl. The cold winds will continue to trigger lake-effect snow squalls downwind of the Great Lakes into the weekend.
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Cold, stormy weather is marching eastward Friday as a second storm center develops off the East Coast. Snow and a wintry mix will impact the interior Northeast, while high winds howl in the major I-95 cities. Travel delays will result the strong winds, while strong onshore winds will lead to localized coastal flooding in the mid-Atlantic and Northeast.
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