Winter storm expected to bring snow, poor travel conditions

How Winter Storm Eboni Could Make Return Holiday Travel Messy for Millions of Americans

How Winter Storm Eboni Could Make Return Holiday Travel Messy for Millions of Americans

The 10-inch report from a Weather Service spotter was about 12 miles northwest of Silver Bay along Lake County Highway 11, with that road almost impassable in a four-wheel-drive truck, the spotter reported. Stay tuned to NOAA Weather Radio.commercial television or radio stations.or your cable television service provider for updates on this Winter Storm.A Winter Weather Advisory for blowing snow means that visibilities will be limited due to strong winds blowing snow around. Service is expected to resume Friday with a normal schedule.

"The heaviest snow is expected south and east of Denver, but a coating to an inch of snow late Wednesday may lead to de-icing operations and delays on Thursday morning", said AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist Kristina Pydynowski.

A warm front will move into the region, turning the precipitation into rain by the afternoon. Over 50 million people remain under flood and flash flood watches from New Jersey down to Louisiana.

According to The Weather Channel, Winter Storm Eboni - which started in California earlier this week with wind gusts of up to 65 miles per hour - moved into the Great Plains on Wednesday and will hit the upper Midwest and New England by Friday. The rain will continue Friday night.

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A large winter storm coming on the heels of Christmas is expected to bring snow to Nebraska, the Dakotas and Minnesota this week. The crash involved a commercial vehicle and a passenger auto, Trooper Tod Hileman said.

Heavy rain and strong winds will combine to make travel hard by air or road Friday in the parts of the East. A second person died in central Minnesota after being struck on a road by a pickup with a plow blade.

The Minnesota State Patrol tweeted that road conditions are poor across much of western Minnesota.

Forecasters said up to 5 inches of rain were possible in northern Alabama and central and north Georgia.

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