Snowstorm Racing Across Great Lakes, Mid-Atlantic TodayThe storm could bring one to six inches of snow to the regions
A rapidly moving Alberta Clipper will bring a broad area of slippery travel from the Midwest to the interior South and much of the mid-Atlantic Friday. The wintry weather will be more of a nuisance for those living across these regions.
As the storm tracks from the Great Lakes toward the East Coast, it will leave a large swath of light snow accumulations from the Midwest to the mid-Atlantic. The storm will also bring areas of sleet and freezing rain to part of the Ohio Valley, part of the Tennessee Valley, the central and southern Appalachians.
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The wintry weather will make for a slippery and wet morning commute from Minneapolis to Detroit, Chicago, Cincinnati and Cleveland in the Midwest.
The storm system will bear down on the I-95 corridor by the late afternoon, just in time for the evening commute.
A more detailed description of this quick-hitting storm can be found this news story written by Expert Senior Meteorologist Alex Sosnowski on Thursday. Read below for real-time updates on this storm system.
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