Virginia, North Carolina issue states of emergency as snow takes aim on East Coast

1/14/2022 10:08:00 PM
Virginia, North Carolina issue states of emergency as snow takes aim on East Coast

This storm also has the potential to give Atlanta its first measurable snow in four years.

Southern States, Roy Cooper

This storm also has the potential to give Atlanta its first measurable snow in four years.

The storm first hits the Midwest Friday night into Saturday. Roads will be dangerous in southern Minnesota and Iowa, where up to 10 inches of snow and gusty winds could cause whiteout conditions. The Midwest could see 6 to 12 inches of snow in some areas.

Saturday night into Sunday, the snow turns to Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee and the Carolinas. A wintry mix of snow, sleet and freezing rain could make roads extremely dangerous.North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper and Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam have issued states of emergency as the storm approaches.

"This storm will bring significant impacts from snow, sleet and freezing rain in different parts of the state, with likely power outages and travel disruptions," Cooper warned.Northam said, "I urge Virginians to take this storm seriously and make preparations now."

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A wintry mix of snow, sleet and freezing rain could make roads extremely dangerous. North Carolina Gov. Wind chill warnings and advisories are in effect across New England, where it may feel like 35 to 40 degrees below zero Friday night into Saturday morning. Roy Cooper and Virginia Gov. The Ohio Department of Transportation said crews have been prepping roadways and loading up trucks ahead of this weekend's snow. Ralph Northam have issued states of emergency as the storm approaches. Matthew Mcdermott/Polaris via Redux New Yorkers brave the first cold weather of the winter in Bryant Park, on Jan. "This storm will bring significant impacts from snow, sleet and freezing rain in different parts of the state, with likely power outages and travel disruptions," Cooper warned. The U.

Northam said, "I urge Virginians to take this storm seriously and make preparations now. Timothy A. If you must travel, allow extra time and know that during the snow event roads will likely be snow-covered,” ODOT said." This content is not available due to your privacy preferences. Update your settings here to see it. 11, 2022. This storm has the potential to give Atlanta its first measurable snow in four years. Read and watch the latest Power of 5 forecast here. Three to 6 inches of snow is possible in parts of the South, with 6 to 18 inches possible in the mountains of Tennessee, North Carolina, Virginia and West Virginia. By Sunday morning, the icy rain and snow will rip through the South from Atlanta to Raleigh.S.

PHOTO: ABC News Developing Storm Alert map for Sunday, 12:00PM ET. (ABC News) The storm then takes aim on the Northeast, where it'll hit Sunday night and Monday morning. ABC News ABC News Developing Storm Alert map for Sunday, 12:00PM ET. PHOTO: ABC News Developing Storm Alert map for Sunday, 10:00PM ET. (ABC News) As of now, the storm tracks more inland in New England and New York state, leaving more of a rain event for the I-95 corridor and the New York City area. The storm then takes aim on the Northeast, where it'll hit Sunday night and Monday morning. But that could still cause travel disruptions for New York City commuters. The North’s missile tests are a “legitimate right of a sovereign state,” the statement read.

PHOTO: ABC News Developing Storm Alert map for Monday, 7:00AM ET. As of now, the storm tracks more inland in New England and New York state, leaving more of a rain event for the I-95 corridor and the New York City area. (ABC News) For those in the Northeast, make sure to bundle up as you await the snow: temperatures in the Northeast are plunging to their lowest levels in three years this weekend. Saturday morning the wind chill -- what temperature it feels like -- will be 2 degrees in New York, minus 12 in Boston and minus 28 in Burlington, Vermont. ABC News ABC News Developing Storm Alert map for Monday, 7:00AM ET. PHOTO: New Yorkers brave the first cold weather of the winter in Bryant Park, on Jan. 11, 2022..

(Matthew Mcdermott/Polaris via Redux) PHOTO: People sit by a steam pipe as they brave the temperatures in Central Park in New York City on Jan. 11, 2022. (Timothy A. Clary/AFP via Getty Images) ABC News' Hilda Estevez contributed to this report. .