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A Heat Advisory has been issued for the area Saturday.  Heat indices will be between 105 and 110 during the afternoon hours.



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Winter Storm bringing lots and lots of snow from North Carolina to New Jersey

EAST COAST    --  Snow is falling this morning across a broad area from western North Carolina all the way up into New England. 
At least 19 states along the east coast are under either a winter storm watch, warning or advisory.

Some inland areas could see more than 15 inches of snow.
Meanwhile, the deep south remains a world of ice-laden trees and driveways this morning.

The "winter storm" aftermath from Atlanta.
With the powerful winter storm, another round of travel nightmares --Monica Moss/I've spent two nights here. I've had 3 flights cancelled.
 Chris Rand/ I'm ready to get on any flight and fall asleep and take a ride home.

Ahead of the busy President's Day weekend, airports on the east coast  slammed by snow and ice.

Today, more than 5,000 flights have been cancelled nationwide. In Atlanta, the big backup at the world's busiest airport being felt everywhere
Reese McCranie, ATL spokesman/as far west as California and probably international destinations as well.

Stranded travelers have sold out hotel rooms across the south many fearing a weekend alone.

All I can say to my husband, 'Happy Valentine Day,' 'cause I just might  not be there.

Dangerous roads caked in ice are making driving treacherous.  In Georgia, schools are closed and streets deserted for a third straight day.

Outside Raleigh, abandoned cars dot the highway.
The heavy ice left a destructive path. roofs collapsed and power lines down.
"I've never seen it like this.", "through the roof, into the attic space."
More than half a million homes and business are in the dark across 11 states

Utility crews scrambling to clean up and catch up, as the mammoth storm moves north.

And the airlines - battered by weeks of delays - are trying to catch up too.  Passengers slowly returning to airports in the south today. But those trying to get north will have to wait a little longer.