It's going to be a miserable morning for commuters in the Northeast. Another massive winter storm expected to leave a foot of snow behind. Forecasters say some places could get 1 to 2 inches per hour, with wind gusts up to 50 mph. That had people heading to a Massachusetts store to buy snow-blowers.
New York Governor Cuomo has declared a state of emergency.
Meanwhile, the cooler temperatures are hitting South Florida as well. Forecast models showing another cold front is pushing past South Florida, dipping temperatures into the mid to low 40's in plenty of spots overnight. Accuweather Meteorlogist Bob Larson says we won't be seeing 80 degree weather until at least February.
Larson doesn't expect we'll see freezing temperatures overnight, but says it will be on par with last week's dip.
And of course all of this winter weather is affecting air travel. Dozens of flights out of Fort Lauderdale Hollywood and Miami International were either delayed or canceled Tuesday, and more are expected today. As always, if you're traveling up North -- make sure to call your airliner before you head out to the airport.
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