Weary southern U.S. braces for more snow and ice

Parts of the South are still recovering from the last winter storm while bracing for the next one. CBS New York chief weathercaster Lonnie Quinn has the latest forecast.

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NORAH O'DONNELL: Tonight, parts of the South still reeling from the last storm, are bracing for the next one. Let's get the forecast now from CBS's Lonnie Quinn. Good evening, Lonnie.

LONNIE QUINN: Good evening, Norah. Here we go again. The exact same area with another snowstorm. If you take a look at the radar picture, you're going to find snow is falling right now anywhere from Oklahoma City to Dallas. But we want to talk about where that storm is going to go. And it's going to go over the same footprint that it did just the other day. You look at Austin, Texas. Austin, Texas picked up about six inches of snow.

Well, tomorrow, we're looking at ice. It could potentially be an ice storm. And we know how hazardous and dangerous that can be. Then that storm is going to be pushing to the Northeast. We are looking at some of the major Northeast cities picking up quite a bit of snow. New York City, you're looking at snow. Philadelphia, it's that wintry mix, some snow, some sleet, some rain combined. And for Washington, DC, you will see some wintry weather, but it really looks like this becomes mostly rain for you.

So how much snow are we talking about? Well, you take a look at Dallas. I mean, Dallas and Arkansas and Oklahoma, they could be picking up six inches of snow. And then for the major Northeast cities, we're looking at six inches of snow, i not a lot more than that. We're going to watch the models. They are trending with bigger numbers as of late. But the last day of the cold air-- we want to talk about this-- will be Friday.

Friday morning-- Dallas will feel like three degrees. Temperatures will warm over the weekend. And by Monday, Dallas, you will feel like 61, which is about normal for you. That's the latest, Norah, let's go back to you.

NORAH O'DONNELL: All right, Lonnie Quinn with that tough forecast night. Thank you.