Winter Storm Dion to Dump Snow, Sleet, Freezing Rain

The storm will move East throughout the weekend and Monday

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Joyce Marshall / Fort Worth Star-Telegram / MCT / Sipa

Jamie Hannah, 9, tests out the ice on a frozen street in west Fort Worth, Texas, Dec. 6, 2013.

Winter storm Dion is expected to blast much of the U.S. with snow and sleet throughout the weekend.

The storm is rapidly moving east, already causing 103,000 North Texans to lose power Saturday, NBC reports. A combination of snow, sleet and freezing rain is anticipated to hit the Midwest, Mid-South, Ohio Valley, Middle Atlantic and Northeast on Saturday through Monday, according to Weather.com.

Meanwhile, Nevada, Utah, southern Idaho, northern and central Arizona, northern New Mexico and Colorado can expect snow through early Sunday. The storm will also hit Washington, D.C., Baltimore and Philadelphia early Sunday before it heads to New York City by nightfall.

Freezing rain will follow Monday, as the storm moves over Canada.

[Weather.com]

1 comments
Yoshi
Yoshi

When did winter storms start getting names? Can't hype enough.....