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Powerful Winter Storm To Dump Snow And Ice From Northern Plains and Upper Midwest to Northeast

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Winter Storm Gage is producing snow, ice, and strong winds from the Northern Plains and upper Midwest Sunday will move into the Northeast early next week and unleash a wintery mess that could cause severe travel headaches ahead of New Years, reported The Weather Channel

The storm is expected to traverse across a broad area from Nebraska to Dakotas to northern and western Minnesota. Snow and high winds could produce blizzard conditions in these areas throughout Sunday. Some regions could see as much as 12 inches by Monday morning.

The National Weather Service (NWS) published winter storm warnings, watches, and advisories for parts of the Central Plains into the northern Great Lakes, eastern upstate New York and parts of New England.

NWS warned, “the same winter storm that is impacting areas of the Plains and Upper Midwest will be heading east next week and is expected to bring locally significant snow and ice across portions of the Northeast ahead of the New Years holiday.” 

Snow, sleet, and freezing rain will spread across eastern upstate New York into central and northern New England by Monday night. 

Then by Tuesday, colder air will swoop into the region from Canada and turn much of the storm into a snow event for eastern upstate New York as well as in central and northern New England. Rain is expected in coastal areas of southeast New England.

The Weather Channel predicts eastern Dakotas to northern Minnesota, northern Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan could receive around six inches of snow by Tuesday evening. Northeastern New York, Vermont, New Hampshire, and northern New England could see six to 12 inches. 

A significant ice event through Monday could be seen from Scranton to Albany.  

WCCO CBS Minnesota shared a video of a school bus sliding sideways down a street amid icy conditions on Saturday. 

Earlier in the week, the storm produced wet conditions and heavy fog in Texas, led to this dramatic accident caught on camera: 



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Sun, 12/29/2019 – 17:00

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