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Two Storms... One in the Northeast and Second Into the Plains

February 19, 2013; 10:40 AM ET

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1. I posted a map showing the latest snowfall for the first storm. We had about 1-2 inches of now here in State College from a system that was supposed to be marginal, so downstream into the Northeast, expect snow with some accumulations.

2. Next system will come into the Plains with a near blizzard in Kansas, Colorado and Nebraska by late Wednesday into Thursday and severe storms in Texas. A squall line should develop western Texas Wednesday evening and move east during the night. Impacts mainly will be damaging wind gusts and hail with a few tornadoes possible.

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