Nightly News   |  February 03, 2014

When Will Winter’s Bitter Weather End? Not This Week

Millions are in the path of yet another winter storm about to blow through the U.S.

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>> two more storms behind the storm that is hitting the east tonight. for more on all of it, our friend, al roker , is out on the plaza tonight. hey, al, good evening.

>> reporter: good evening. this one storm is moving out. that's the good news. here is our second one. it starts tomorrow morning around 7:00 a.m . oklahoma into kansas. it starts to push its way to the east. chicago and also st. louis by 6:00 this afternoon. it continues on into the northeast. by the time we wake up on wednesday morning, more snow, ice, and rain. look at the accumulations. as far as ice, up to .5 in cincinnati, pittsburgh, washington, d.c., allentown and just to the west of new york city . snowfall amounts. we're talking generally 1-3. from kansas city to omaha, 3-6. some areas, 6-9. as we move to the east from cleveland, buffalo, syracuse, another foot of snow. new york city , just barely on the edge of that. and, brian, here is the third storm coming. this one over the weekend. we can't tell you how much but we're talking about a measurement in possibly feet as this will be, brian, a classic nor'easter. we will have more tomorrow morning on "wake up with al" and on "the "today" show." back to you.