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Izzy Snowstorm Path Tracker 2022 LIVE

A HUGE winter storm is expected to hit the country this weekend, with wild weather and warnings issued in parts of the United States.

“Be prepared, a major snowstorm is coming,” warned AccuWeather meteorologist Bernie Rayno.

The storm, named Izzy by The Weather Channel, is expected to affect tens of millions of people over the next few days with intense ice, snow, wind and rain.

There will be “major travel headaches” from North Dakota to northern Georgia and extending into Maine, according to The Weather Channel.

AccuWeather chief meteorologist Jonathan Porter said the anticipated ice could contribute to power outages and damage to trees.

Atlanta is in the path of the storm, which could end a nearly four-year streak without measurable snow.

The storm will end after passing through the central Atlantic and northeast on Sunday and Monday.

Heavy snowfall is forecast for the northeast region with up to 18 inches by Monday evening.

Read our live blog on Snowstorm Izzy for the latest news and updates…

  • Tennessee could receive 6 inches of snow

    Forecasters say parts of Tennessee could receive up to 6 inches of snow, and northern Mississippi and the Tennessee Valley region of Alabama could receive light snow accumulations.

    With lows forecast in the 20s over a wide area, any precipitation could freeze over and make driving difficult.

  • Snow expected in the South

    The National Weather Service said 2 inches to 5 inches of snow could fall as far south as northeast Georgia Saturday night through Sunday, and power outages and travel issues will be compounded by a layer additional ice and winds blowing at 35. mph.

    Snow accumulations could reach 8 inches at higher elevations.

  • South Carolina issues emergency order

    South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster issued an emergency order saying the state would likely feel the effects of the major winter storm beginning Sunday morning.

    “There is the potential for very hazardous conditions caused by ice and snow accumulations, which will likely lead to power outages across the state,” he said.

  • State of emergency in Virginia

    Virginia Governor Ralph Northam declared a state of emergency on Friday ahead of a storm that is expected to bring snow, sleet, ice and freezing rain to much of the state this weekend .

    “We expect this storm to have a significant impact on many areas of Virginia,” Governor Northam said.

    “Declaring a state of emergency now allows our emergency responders to prepare and move supplies and equipment to where they expect to need it most. It also gives Governor-elect Youngkin the ability to quickly respond to any storm needs. I urge Virginians to take this storm seriously and prepare now.

  • Names of winter storms

    Here are the names Weather Channel has chosen for winter storms for the 2021 to 2022 season:

    • Penthouse
    • bankston
    • Carrie
    • Delphine
    • Elmer
    • Frida
    • Garrett
    • Hatchery
    • Izzy
    • Jasper
    • Kenan
    • Land on
    • Miles
    • Nancy
    • Oaklee
    • Phillis
    • Quinlan
    • Rachel
    • Silas
    • tad
    • Bailiff
    • Vega
    • willow
    • xandy
    • Yeager
    • If we
  • “Stay safe on the roads”

    A weather enthusiast on Twitter shared tips for staying safe on the road for anyone planning to drive during winter storm Izzy.

    “If anyone is driving during winter storm #Izzy, here are some tips to stay safe on the roads,” the account shared.

    “Be sure to pack a blanket and flashlights in case you get stuck. Also remember to drive slowly and carefully when on the roads. Stay safe!”

  • Heavy snowfall expected in northeast

    Heavy snowfall is forecast for the northeast region with up to 18 inches possible by late Monday.

    The greatest chance of heavy snowfall is expected north and west of the Boston-Washington Interstate 95 line, from parts of Northern Virginia to Maine, according to

  • Winter storm Izzy could hit the south

    Winter storm Izzy is expected to hit some southern states.

    A winter storm watch has already been issued for areas of South Carolina, North Carolina and extreme northeast Georgia due to expected snow and ice from the approaching storm in big steps.

    AccuWeather chief meteorologist Jonathan Porter said the forecast ice could contribute to power outages and damage to trees in the area.

    Atlanta is in the path of the storm, which could end a nearly four-year streak without measurable snow.

  • Dakotas, Minnesota, Iowa snow totals

    Six to 12 inches of snow is expected from eastern Dakota to western Minnesota and Iowa, AccuWeather reported.

    Minneapolis, Des Moines, St. Louis and Kansas City are all in the winter storm’s path.

    Through early Saturday, difficult driving conditions are expected throughout this region.

  • “Big Travel Headaches”

    There will be “big travel headaches” from North Dakota all the way to northern Georgia and up into Maine due to the winter storm, The Weather Channel noted.

    This morning it was snowing across the northern plains and upper Midwest.

  • ‘U-track’

    The Weather Channel has warned of the unique path Winter Storm Izzy could take this weekend.

    “With much more widespread cold air and an active jet stream plunging south across the eastern two-thirds of the country in the depths of winter, the stage is set for this winter storm to take a U of the Northern Plains in New England this weekend through Monday,” the outlet reported.

  • Check delays

    The Federal Aviation Administration has warned of delays for travelers on Twitter on Friday.

    “Winter Storm #Izzy may bring snow, wind and ice to the Midwest, South and East starting today through the holiday weekend,” the FAA wrote.

    “Check with your airline for your flight status. The FAA does not cancel flights. Visit for airport delays. #BeSafe #winterstorm.”

  • Prepare for power outages

    The Weather Channel shared a video on Twitter to help people prepare for possible power outages due to the storm.

    “Have a plan in place for power outages this weekend,” the outlet shared. “Here’s how to prepare for #Izzy.”

  • The Midwest could see flight cancellations

    In the Midwest, Southwest Airlines warned of possible flight cancellations, diversions and delays Friday and Saturday at some airports, the Associated Press reported.

    Airports in St Louis, the Twin Cities, Kansas, Des Moines, Iowa and Omaha, Nebraska could be affected.

    “The duration of the snowfall is likely to be 14 to 20 hours in most places, which should allow widespread accumulation of more than 4 inches and some places exceeding 8 inches or more,” the weather service said. by Des Moines.

  • Snow hits Minnesota and the Dakotas on Friday

    The National Weather Service issued a winter storm warning Friday for parts of Minnesota, the Dakotas, Iowa and Illinois, according to The Associated Press.

    Forecasters were expecting up to 10 inches of fresh snow.

  • Winter Storm Bingo

    WCNC Chief Meteorologist Brad Panovich shared a fun image of “winter storm bingo” on Twitter before the weekend storm.

    “Prepare your bingo cards for the winter storm for the weekend,” he wrote.

    “While also preparing for significant ice and just not snow.”

  • Choose names

    The Weather Channel chooses names for snowstorms and explains the process on its website.

    “Names will be used in alphabetical order to identify winter storms that meet objective naming criteria based on National Weather Service winter storm warnings, blizzard warnings and ice storm warnings,” the outlet noted.

  • Who names snowstorms?

    The Weather Channel names snowstorms.

    The outlet noted that the 2021-22 season is the 10th season The Weather Channel will name winter storms.

  • The streak without snow could end

    Atlanta, Georgia is in the storm’s path.

    If it hits there, it could end the city’s nearly four-year streak without measurable snow.

  • Where will the storm hit?

    The Midwest, South and Northeast could all be affected, the Weather Channel reported.

    The site said it expected major travel disruptions in the northeast from Sunday evening through Monday, including flight cancellations.

  • When is the storm expected?

    The storm will hit parts of the country this weekend.

    On Friday, snow will spread southeastward during the day from the northern plains into parts of Minnesota, Iowa and eastern Nebraska.

    The storm is expected to move south on Saturday and a mix of snow, ice pellets and freezing rain are expected to develop from northeast Georgia to northern South Carolina, North Carolina and southwest Virginia that night.

    Snow is likely Sunday from Kentucky and Tennessee through Appalachia and Monday, “Heavy, wind-driven snow is likely across much of the Northeastern Interior, parts of West Virginia , from western and central Pennsylvania and New York State to New England,” the Weather Channel reported.

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