Snow, cold from Montana to New York
Another winter storm is moving across the United States and is expected to bring snow and freezing temperatures to the Midwest in the coming days, with snowflakes even reaching the East Coast.
The storm first brought snow to western and central Montana and parts of Wyoming before expanding into the northern plains.
Some areas are expecting up to two feet of snow, and parts of Montana, North Dakota and Minnesota are under wind chill advisories this weekend.
Wind chill could drop to 39 degrees below zero, the National Weather Service in Grand Forks, North Dakota said.
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South Dakota, Iowa, Wisconsin and other states affected by winter storm
The storm was expected to move through Iowa, Illinois and Wisconsin by Saturday, having previously hit Plains and Western states.
In parts of Wyoming, a winter storm warning is in effect until 11 a.m. Sunday, with some areas, including the Bighorn Mountains, receiving up to two feet of snow. Wind gusts are expected to reach 45 miles per hour, according to the National Weather Service.
Moving east, Sioux Falls, South Dakota was expecting more snow this weekend, with wind chills as low as -26 degrees. The region is expecting mostly snow before 7 a.m. Saturday, with highs in the single digits through Tuesday, the Sioux Falls Argus Leader, part of the USA TODAY Network, reported.
A winter storm warning is also in effect Saturday evening for parts of Iowa, the weather service warned, with snowfall accumulations of 5 to 7 inches or more.
Parts of southeastern Wisconsin could also see up to 6 inches of snowfall, reported the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, part of the USA TODAY Network.
Winter storm tracking
Winter weather moves east
Snow was expected to reach parts of Michigan early on Sunday, according to AccuWeather meteorologists, although winter weather advisories also remained in effect in other states through Sunday.
The snow is then expected to move to the northeastern states, including:
Snow was expected Sunday before 5 p.m. in Albany, New York, although temperatures will hit a high of 34 degrees.
The area has a chance of snow showers Monday afternoon and scattered throughout the next week.
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