UPDATE: Winter storm creates Thanksgiving holiday travel ‘havoc’ with blizzard conditions, snow to hit Northeast

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A storm system that’s caused travel headaches from the West Coast into the nation’s midsection will take aim at the Northeast on Sunday, threatening to disrupt millions over a busy holiday travel weekend after at least three-storm related deaths have been reported. The National Weather Service’s Weather Prediction Center said the transcontinental storm system that brought blizzard conditions to the Upper Midwest will bring between 6 to 12 inches of snow from the eastern Dakotas to northern Michigan on Sunday, creating “havoc for Thanksgiving holiday travelers.”

The article goes on to state the following:

“We do have this massive storm spreading from parts of the Dakotas; we saw over a foot of snow in South Dakota yesterday,” Fox News Chief Meteorologist Rick Reichmuth said Sunday on “Fox & Friends.”

As the storm system moves east on Sunday, it will evolve into a nor’easter-type storm off the southern New England Coast, bringing rain and wind to coastal areas and heavy snow inland lasting through Tuesday.

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“All of this pulls off toward the East today,” Reichmuth. “We’ll start to see the rain move in across places like Philadelphia, in toward New York and Boston. Starting off maybe as a little snow, crossing over into rain and eventually back to a little bit of snow.”

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