- A major winter storm is intensifying in the Midwest and East.
- The heaviest additional snow will target the Great Lakes snowbelts, with over a foot possible for some.
- High winds capable of tree damage and power outages could blast much of the Midwest and East.
- Severe travel impact because of snow, wind and cold is expected.
- Lakshore flooding could be severe near Buffalo, New York, and coastal flooding is possible along the Northeast seaboard.
Winter Storm Elliott is intensifying into a likely bomb cyclone near the Great Lakes, bringing high winds, snow and blizzard conditions from the Northern Plains to western and upstate New York.
For the latest, complete forecast on Elliott, click here.
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