Nightly News   |  December 14, 2013

Where’s the winter storm headed next?

After dumping several inches of snow across the east, meteorologist Janet Huff explains what’s next for this winter storm.

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>> system is a large one. it's taking up most of the eastern seaboard , not with just snow but heavy rain from south of washington, d.c. all the way down into north florida , just to the west of jacksonville. but in the colder air, we're seeing snow. around philadelphia, new york city , back through pennsylvania, up towards upstate new york where they've had plenty of lake-effect snow the past couple of days. then back all the way over to southern new england and to boston . and that's the direction the storm is headed in for tonight and tomorrow. we still have some heavy bands of snow to go around the new york city area until about midnight. then we're going to see icing just north of new york city and snow continues to push northward through upstate new york and new england. boston will be getting snow then. your snow will continue until about 6:00 a.m . then the storm lifts to the north. but still some more snow for parts of maine. could see up to a foot and a half of snow there before the storm comes to an end on sunday. and look at this. by the time this storm ends, this is how much snow will be on the ground, stretching from chicago across the great lakes all the way to boston and to southern new england , that will see more than a foot of snow. we also have winter storm warnings and advisories that remain in effect for this entire region through