A major winter storm tracking into the Midwest right now will sweep across parts of the South and East through the weekend with a mess of snow, ice and wind.
Named Winter Storm Izzy by The Weather Channel, this sprawling storm will produce major travel headaches from North Dakota down to northern Georgia and up to Maine.
Friday night temperatures will drop into the teens. Saturday morning will have wind chills of -8 in NYC. Storm watch for Sunday night into Monday morning (5 pm – 9 am). Right now looks to be brief snow Sunday night, starting 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. to moderate rain, may end as rain/snow mix Monday afternoon. Strong winds are expected with gusts up to 50 mph. Heavy rain & street flooding possible early Monday morning, 1 to 1.50 inches of rain. This will give a messy and slow commute to travelers Monday morning.
WEATHER: Thursday afternoon @accuweather forecast:
• Rather cloudy tonight with a little rain late in eastern Long Island.
• Very windy tomorrow as clouds break for some sun.
• Frigid tomorrow night and Saturday.
• Still watching storm Sunday night.https://t.co/z96J9ZCF7Z pic.twitter.com/1wo8B7yk9m
— 1010 WINS (@1010WINS) January 13, 2022