Nightly News   |  December 16, 2013

Snowfall to create ‘awful’ road conditions

The timing of the coming snowstorm will affect many people across the Northeast on Tuesday, bringing up to 12 inches in some areas.  Meteorologist Dylan Dreyer reports from East Rutherford, N.J.

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>>> back home it's not even winter yet and much of the northeast ready for a snowstorm overnight. dylan dryer is watching from east rutherford , new jersey tonight. the calm before the storm . good evening.

>> reporter: good evening, brian. it certainly is. it's the timing of the storm that's going to affect so many people across the northeast on tuesday. now, right now it doesn't look like much. we have snow coming down through wisconsin into illinois. the whole great lakes region will see one to five inches of snow. in the northeast we should see a widespread two to four inches. about five or six to the north and west of new york city . even as much as six to 12 inches through central and northern new england . by 5:00 tomorrow morning we should see the snow in the tri-state area. it will continually get heavier through mid-morning. then it moves into new england. heaviest around mid afternoon. really affecting the evening commute that way. so, again, it's not a block buster storm. we'll see enough snow to make the roads pretty awful for commuters