Southeast has over 450,000 customers without

More than 20 million people from Georgia to New England are under winter alert today as strong but fast-moving storms affect the regions.

The heaviest snow is expected in parts of the southern Appalachian and Mid-Atlantic states, including Washington, DC and Baltimore.

Washington is expecting an accumulation of 5 to 8 inches, which will make it the heaviest snowfall in the district since January 2019.

Snow rates of more than 2 to 3 inches per hour are possible, with visibility dropping to less than a quarter of a mile this morning.

With dangerous winter weather, more than 1.5 million people are under surveillance for a tornado in coastal areas of the Carolinas, where a separate tornado is possible during the early morning hours.

Strong winds are also bringing down lightning in the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic, with wind alerts extending from Florida to Virginia. Flood watches and coastal flood warnings extend from the Carolinas to New England.


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