St Louis set to see the heaviest 2-day snowfall on record in winter storm Gia

Mail Online | 1/12/2019 | Dailymail.com Reporter
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Winter storm Gia is dumping nearly a foot of snow on the Midwest as it moves over to the East Coast.

St Louis, Missouri, reached 10.1 inches of snow as of 9am Saturday, bringing traffic to a standstill with accidents reported due to slippery roads.

Denver - Snow - Friday - Night - Saturday

In Denver, the snow began Friday night and has continued through Saturday morning, accumulating six to 10 inches.

The storm is now moving east, as snow and ice are expected to make landfall in the party of North Carolina and Virginia later today.

Travel - Conditions - Kansas - City - St

Areas expected to see the most-dangerous travel conditions include Kansas City, St. Louis, Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Washington D.C., Roanoke and Greensboro.

Parts of northern New Mexico are experiencing up to 12 inches.

Sections - Missouri - Illinois - Indiana - Winter

Large sections of Missouri, Illinois and Indiana are still under winter weather advisories, and hazardous travel conditions are expected through most of the weekend.

Stretches from Kansas to southwestern Ohio are under winter storm warnings, as well as Virginia, southern Maryland and North Carolina.

Sally - Johnson - Meteorologist - St - Louis

Sally Johnson, a meteorologist in St. Louis, says the storm has the...
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