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Winter storm brings snow and rain across U.S….

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There are two winter storms that may affect nearly the entire U.S. this weekend. A massive storm on the West Coast will soon march across the country, but the first storm is already doing work up and down the East Coast.

A National Weather Service team confirmed that a tornado caused some serious damage last night west of Columbia, South Carolina.

A major winter #storm will race from the West Coast to East Coast this #weekend and one of the hazards will be heavy snowfall. Here are the probabilities of greater than 4 inches of #snow for the next 2 days. Are you in the path of the storm and #weather #ready? pic.twitter.com/qmbFiEaUBy

— NWS (@NWS) March 2, 2019

Follow updates from regions affected by the storm across the U.S.

Storm moving through Missouri and Kansas

The heaviest snow is expected to reach Missouri and Kansas between 2 and 6 a.m., the National Weather Service tweeted. Road conditions will quickly deteriorate overnight and into Sunday as snow, blowing/drifting snow, and low visibilities develop across the forecast area, the National Weather Service said.

Road conditions will quickly deteriorate overnight and into Sunday as snow, blowing/drifting snow, and low visibilities develop across the forecast area. That said, you now have the perfect excuse to stay home and binge watch your favorite TV show. #kcwx #mowx #kswx pic.twitter.com/a8SOSNEvi1

— NWS Kansas City (@NWSKansasCity) March 2, 2019

New snowfall forecasts

The National Weather Service estimated up to eight inches of snow are expected in Boston, while five inches of snow could fall in New York through Monday night.

The storm will move quickly through the Northeast Coast and into Nova Scotia, the National Weather Service said.

The latest snowfall forecast for the upcoming storm that will be moving quickly across the Eastern US Sunday and Sunday night and off the Northeast Coast toward Nova Scotia on Monday. pic.twitter.com/JSSwKFnwJ2

— NWS Eastern Region (@NWSEastern) March 3, 2019

“We are plowing, salting, very wet, heavy snow”

The storm’s first round coated roads and sidewalks with a few inches of fluffy snow, CBS News’ Kenneth Craig reports.

“It’s really beautiful, I stopped and took so many pictures walking in here with the snow,” said New Haven resident Colleen Lynch.

Drivers had a “tough go” in one of the oldest cities in the united states — Taunton, Massachusetts.

In Philadelphia, crews shoveling sidewalks said the task comes with benefits.

“We are plowing, salting, very wet, heavy snow. No need to hit the gym, we’ve got our gym right here,” said Bryan…