The relatively quiet, albeit very cold, weather pattern setting into much of the Midwest and Northeast during the second week of January will be short-lived, AccuWeather forecasters caution, as they monitor for more weather trouble and any storms lurking in the long-range forecast.
A storm originating from western Canada will track southeastward to bring a broad zone of accumulating snow that will result in slippery travel conditions from parts of the Plains and Midwest late this week to portions of the South and interior Northeast this weekend, AccuWeather meteorologists say.
AccuWeather's Justin Povick (@AccuPovick) and Jessica Pash (@JessicaPashWX) have all the details on today's "Weather Insider" Podcast!
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