AccuWeather meteorologists predict the storm will drop a foot of snow over most of the Midwest before bringing rain and sleet to the east coast.  

Another winter storm is expected to bring frigid temperatures along with a mix of snow, rain and sleet to most of the Eastern United States over the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday weekend.  

AccuWeather forecasters predict the storm will reach the northern plains states and Midwest by late Thursday covering North Dakota through Illinois down to parts of Missouri in half a foot of snow by Friday. 

The major winter storm, dubbed by meteorologists as the “Saskatchewan screamer,” will be caused by a mix of frigid air coming down from Canada meeting with a disturbance from the Pacific Northwest.... Read More: The Hill