Another storm will hit the U.S. over the weekend, dumping heavy snow Saturday in the Plains before moving east with potentially hazardous ice Sunday and Monday from Ohio to Washington, D.C., and as far south as Tennessee, experts say. The storm will bring significant ice accumulation to much of the Ohio Valley by Sunday, The Weather Channel predicted. Exactly where it will hit hardest depends on whether it moves north or south. Should it move north, dangerous ice will likely coat the streets, trees and power lines of major cities like Indianapolis, Cincinnati and Columbus, Ohio. If it moves south, the ice zone would be parked mainly over Tennessee and Kentucky, NBC News reported.
Ice Storm to Tackle Midwest, Northeast Over Weekend
The artillary section of the Ulysses S. Grant Memorial is seen on the grounds of the US Capitol on February 25, 2014 after morning snow showers in the Washington, DC Area.
Updated at 5:50 AM CDT on Friday, Feb 28, 2014