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Prepare for weekend of winter weather in Midwest, Northeast


UNDATED (CNN) -- Winter weather will affect travel this weekend from Missouri to Maine.

Snow totals will vary, but a big chunk of New England could end up knee deep in the white stuff!

Meteorologist Indra Petersons is tracking the storm.

It's the third round of wintry weather for the mid-west and northeast this month.

"It's been one storm after another."

"Frigid wind chills, they're as low as 31 below in parts of the area last night."

Another blast of biting cold and lake-effect snow on the way.

"This has been constant all day."

Already walloping towns like Hamburg, New York, and causing multiple trucks to overturn on this Buffalo, New York highway.

The icy roads even causing a 40-car pile-up in Michigan.

Take a look at this police dash cam video - a semi hitting the cruiser. Another SUV nearly colliding as well!

Precipitation from the Gulf of Mexico will bring a wintry mix of freezing rain and sleet across the Mississippi Valley to the East Coast.

As it moves into the Ohio Valley and Great Lakes Region, it will change over to snow. Cities like Pittsburgh, New York and Boston anticipating more snow this weekend.

In Milwaukee, it's so frigid outside, kids are believe it or not, running into school to beat the chill. Reporters following their lead.

"...we're seeing 1 degree outside, wind chill below zero. I don't care if you're 7-years-old or 27-- I'm still gonna listen to my mother."

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