Listen: Ohio Valley, Atlantic And Great Lakes discussed on America's Truckin' Network
"We're going to see a cold shot later this week that may last long enough for a weekend storm to unload snow and kind of a wintry mix across parts of the Ohio valley even parts of the cell and eventually up to the northeast that haven't seen a whole lot of wintry weather since early December or even back in November. Now as I was mentioning there's there's actually two centers associated with the store. One storm is gonna drop south eastward out of central Canada move across the Great Lakes into New England. The other centers going to move northeast from the Gulf of Mexico. If the two systems remain kinda weak, they're more likely to stay separated. But at least some spotty snow and ice from it would be more of the northern Ohio valley to the interior south and maybe grazing the mid Atlantic. But like I said if the two come together into one big system one big storm people with travel plans, take you through the southern and central Appalachians to the mid Atlantic states this weekend. Need to be prepared for slippery, conditions and delays. This would include portions of interstates eighty one eighty five seventy seven. I seventy sixty eight in the sixty four corridor. There's the possibility that the more substantial and correspondingly disruptive Winfrey. Travel spreads northeastward from portions of Tennessee and Kentucky. To North Carolina. West Virginia Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Delaware that entire northeast corridor.."