Winter Weather Advisory: Snow is coming, got milk (and bread)?

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It's going to be a fast introduction to winter this weekend, as the East Coast and even the South see a snowstorm that will span 2,000 miles in total. Plan on hard travel conditions, the weather service says.

The snow will intensify in the Northeast by mid-Saturday morning and stay in the region until nightfall, and in New England throughout Saturday night.

Lake Charles to Baton Rouge, Louisiana, is under a winter weather advisory, while Jackson, Mississippi, is under a winter weather warning.

A winter storm warning remains in effect today for expected heavy snow, according to the National Weather Service in NY.

Met Éireann issues Donegal with Storm Caroline weather warning
The warning was issued at around the same time Storm Caroline was officially named by the Met Office in the United Kingdom. However, their weather charts show snow is expected in Wales, the West Midlands, and Northern Ireland from around 6am.

Baltimore residents may wake up to snow Saturday morning.

Farther south into Maryland, the accumulation grew, where Salisbury, Fruitland and Delmar all saw at least 7 inches of snow. Three to six inches is anticipated throughout much of the area, with the highest accumulations possible in the northwest and lower amounts in the Cape and islands.

The National Weather Service says a winter storm warning will remain in effect until 1 a.m. Sunday for Ocean, Cumberland, Atlantic, Cape May and Atlantic coastal Cape May counties. Washington, D.C., can expect one to three inches, while the rest of the Northeast, from eastern Pennsylvania, central to northern New Jersey, and NY to ME will likely see three to five inches this weekend.

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