Weather Alert

Bitter Cold Today - Moderate to Heavy Snow Storm Late Sunday Night Into Monday

An arctic air mass combined with gusty winds from 25-30 mph through today will continue to lead to wind chills as low as -10 to -15 through this afternoon.  Then, tomorrow night through Monday, a large storm will track to the region's south, passing through the Tennessee valley and the Mid Atlantic region, then south of New England.  The Storm track appears will be favorable to bring accumulating snow to the region with a possibility for moderate to heavy amounts. Expect difficult travel conditions to develop late Sunday night, continuing through Monday.

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December 26, 2013 -- 4:15 p.m. ET - 12/26/13

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