More than 80 million people at risk for heavy snow and wind from coast-to-coast

More than 83 million people Thursday were under some kind of winter alert from the Pacific Northwest to New England.

The first storm meteorologists were tracking was producing heavy snow through Tennessee, where snow falling at 1 to 2 inches per hour was likely to cause a difficult morning commute along Interstate 40, including Nashville.

Through Thursday, the snow is forecast to move across Tennessee, Kentucky, West Virginia and southern Ohio and into the Appalachian Mountains.

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By Thursday night, the snow is forecast to be in full swing across the mid-Atlantic and the interior Northeast, affecting cities from Fredericksburg, Virginia, northward to Washington to Pittsburgh and eventually spreading over the I-95 corridor from Philadelphia to New York to Boston.


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