New winter storm went towards the Midwest and moved into the northeast early next week


A winter storm is expected to bring up to 8 inches of snow over the Midwest.

A winter storm is expected to bring up to 8 inches of snow over the Midwest from Thursday night.

Winter storm walls are in effect for parts of South Dakota, Minnesota and Iowa until Friday.

The system is expected to move southeast over the weekend.

Some southern states, including Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia and South Carolina, could see snow and ice.

The storm could then move up the east coast and potentially bring wintry impacts to the northeast Sunday night to Monday.

Meanwhile, the Northeast, which saw its coldest day in nearly three years on Tuesday, will experience another cold explosion on Saturday, with chills falling below zero in New York City and across New England.

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