There are two winter storms that affect almost the entire US this weekend. A massive storm on the west coast will soon be marching across the country, but the first storm is already working on the east coast.
A National Weather Service team confirmed that a tornado had serious consequences of damage west of Columbia (South Carolina) last night.
Follow Updates from US Storm-Affected Regions
New Snow Forecasting
The National Weather Service Expects Boston to Expect Up to Eight inches of Snow By Monday night, five inches of snow could fall in New York City.
The storm will quickly move through the northeast coast and into Nova Scotia, the National Weather Service said.
"We plow, salt, very wet, heavy snow"
The storm is the First CBS News & # 39; Kenneth Craig reports of round coated roads and sidewalks with a few inches of fluffy snow.
"It's really nice, I stopped and took as many pictures as I could with the snow," said New Haven-based Colleen Lynch.
In one of the oldest cities in the United States – Taunton, Massachusetts, the drivers had a "hard way".
In Philadelphia, the crews said that sidewalks shoveled the job with benefits.
salty, very wet, heavy snow. There's no need to go to the gym, we have just the right gym here, "Bryan Miller said.
Michigan's Upper Peninsula slammed by snow over 200 inches * Come down this winter.
In February, almost fell 90 centimeters of snow.
In Marquette, Michigan, skiers have a bounty – and take it in step:
"We had some snow bags for monsters this season and some of us extreme skiers definitely enjoy these conditions," said the skier Brandon Croney.
A sure sign of spring in central Wisconsin, shanties Ice fishing in icy conditions must be deducted from frozen lakes.
It's a logistical challenge.
"We can not get a truck, which takes them off, "said the owner of the cargo hold Corbin King 19659007] Each vehicle would put snow in the three feet surrounding his barracks, so that these fishermen relied on a different kind of horsepower to achieve this: the Amish workhorses Buddy and Mark.
"They have done everything they could do today and I will honor them," said Lavern Wagler, a horse owner.
Heavy Thunderstorm Warning
In addition to coastal-to-coast storms, there is an increased thunderstorm warning for the southeast. said the National Weather Service. Southern Alabama, southwest Georgia and the Florida Panhandle could see damaging winds and a few tornadoes, the National Weather Service said.
The Western United States
The National Weather Service has extended a winter weather advisory service with a wide range of central and central location to eastern Nevada along the US Highway 50 corridor.
The Advisory is on Saturday from 4 to 16 pm in force in parts of Lander, Eureka and White Pine from west Austin east through Ely to Utah line.
It is expected that lots of snow caused by 5-inch travel difficulties on snowy and confined roads causes visibility.
The storm is expected to hit the Sierra late on Friday or early Saturday along the California-Nevada line, with up to 20 inches of snow in the upper reaches around Lake Tahoe, and a mix of rain and snow the valleys around Reno and Sparks.
A thunderstorm and a tornado caused damage in the town of Abbeville on Friday. The damage included downed trees and power lines, officials said. A house was heavily damaged when a large tree was driven in, reported the CBS subsidiary WLXT.
In Illinois, the National Weather Service said Sunday and Monday will be zero wind chills across the state expected. In the early evening Sunday they expect between 1 and 3 inches of snow.
It is expected that temperatures will drop as soon as the snow clear becomes sink to minus 28.
In Kansas, the Weather Service said that the northwestern parts of the state could see up to 8 inches of snow to see 7 inches. The storm is expected to last on Saturday night until Sunday.
The meteorological service said the areas southeast of Goodland will be hardest hit, with heavy snow, strong winds and wind showers being dangerously low, reaching negative levels of about 20 degrees.
The storm is expected to come to Missouri. In Kansas City, it could see up to 6 inches of snow, and in St. Louis, snow of up to 5 inches is expected.
Up to three inches of snow mingled in New York. The sleet fell overnight. Temperatures are almost freezing and the roads are slippery.
Forecasts predict between three and six inches of snow for most of the state. CBS New York reported that the northern parts of the state could see snow up to one foot from Sunday to Monday morning.
The National Weather Service said heavy snow from the Central Appalachians to New England was possible.
Boston Public Schools All activities canceled Saturday before the storm and said it would announce that the weather would disrupt Monday's class. "We are closely watching the forecast, which includes a forecast of a second potential blizzard on Sunday night," the district said in a statement.