Severe Storm will visit the DMV before Santa

A severe storm moves from the West coast to the central US.

In some western states, Montana, Wyoming, and South Dakota are expecting snow up to 2 ft. In the meantime, the southern states of Texas, and Oklahoma were hit by flash flooding, hail, and tornadoes. This storm will affect more than 15 million Americans, according to Weather.com.

On the Northeast coast, residents are expecting cold blizzard weather which will arrive in the region around Thursday to DMV areas. Unlike other winter storms in recent years in the US, this storm brought heavy snowfall to the northwest coast, and it is heading to the east coast.

In some of the mountain regions on the west coast, roads are closed until next Monday due to avalanche advisory warnings. On the northeast coast, some states including New Jersey and Pennsylvania will have snow accumulation of about 3 to 6 inches. The Baltimore/Washington DC/ Northern Virginia regions will likely see the mix of snow with freezing rain as early as Wednesday evening, the National Weather Service predicts.

This storm system will reign in the DMV areas and most of the Northern Virginia counties are expected to encounter extreme ice accumulation on the roads. Some affected DMV areas will be the northern part of Fauquier, Loudoun, western Montgomery, western Howard, Frederick, and Carroll County.

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