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Well we season the devastation as a storm passed that this is a story that is still very much.
Developing the extreme weather is not over yet.
For many parts of the country as wet snow and high winds.
Spin off the -- -- standing -- blizzard like conditions across Virginia and West Virginia also Pennsylvania.
Janice Dean is like fox weather center with more for us now -- and -- if you can believe it.
We might have a storm.
Impacting the same region into next week.
That could just cause more problems is people are trying to clean up so course we'll keep up to -- On the very latest but it does look like we're gonna have a storm -- developing of course it's not gonna have the same impact -- this one.
But a possible coastal event that will move into -- impacted areas early next week we will certainly keep you posted we are still not done.
With what was hurricane sandy it's now.
An extra tropical low but it's far reaching that canopy the cloud canopy stretching as far up as the Arctic Circle.
And we're still seeing rotation and -- tropical moisture streaming into portions.
Of New England it just incredible that we're still talking about the storm system.
And the snow that is flying over two feet.
In -- some areas so still a lot of wind and rain.
And snow to talk about throughout the next 24 to 36 hours snow totals you believe.
Snow from a tropical system.
You've heard of lake effect snow this is ocean effect snow so the moisture that streaming off of the Atlantic.
It's getting into the -- relations and bringing us almost three feet of snow.
In parts of Maryland and West Virginia North Carolina Tennessee.
And we're still talking about this and people without power and we're dealing with.
-- very very cold temperatures so this is a wide reaching story really two dozen states affected by the storm system.
Wind gusts in excess of twenty to thirty miles per hour still into Wednesday specially.
Across the Great Lakes we saw Mike Tobin there in Cleveland Ohio just getting blown away we're seeing waves twenty to thirty feet.
So far reaching the storm system future radar the low pressure eventually moving into Canada but we're still seeing the lingering effects.
Well into Thursday and Friday -- gonna get a little break.
Across East Coast into the weekend but again we're going to be watching a developing storm system that could affect cleanup efforts into early next week course we'll keep you posted back.
That is all they need across the coastal areas is just another storm to deal with and the election coming up next week.
John Jenna a lot to keep an -- and Janice thank you.
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