Nightly News   |  February 13, 2014

‘Thunder Snow’ Forecast for New England

Meteorologist Janice Huff explains how the snowstorm will move up the East Coast and then towards Boston and Maine. But it’s not over yet. The next storm is coming on Saturday morning.

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>>> and let's go into the weather center meteorologist janice huff is at the map. janice, what an incredible difference in this storm from north to southern tip.

>> i know, brian it has been a rough 48 hours from the mid-atlantic to the northeast. and this storm is still not done. so far we've seen anywhere from six to 12 inches of snow from ro roanoke to d.c. there were up to 15 to 16 inches of snow. and it is snowing again in d.c., where it is moving up the eastern seaboard . we'll track it for you. here comes more snow tonight on the back edge of the system. a little more energy and plenty to work with. it moves up the east coast through the rest of this evening and into tonight. there may be a bit of thunder snow , yes, thunder and lightning with the snow squalls as they come through. by 6:00, it moves out to parts of maine seeing up to six inches as well. and then it comes through on saturday morning clipping new york city on saturday night. it should be a much lighter storm, though, as it moves into new england on saturday night, sunday morning. they hope for an early spring around here, brian , but i hear that is where you are, brian , in sochi.

>> and there you go talking about our next storm, meteorologist