A storm rolling by elements of the Plains and Mississippi Valley will seemingly deliver heavy snow, forecasters warned Sunday.
Winter storm warnings had been in impact throughout a big swath of the nation, from japanese New Mexico to central Mississippi.
“Heavy snow and dangerous journey situations are seemingly, particularly in Texas,” the Climate Service tweeted Sunday morning.
On its website, the Climate Service stated heavy snow might make journey treacherous from west-central Texas to northern Louisiana.
The climate system has additionally hit the southern Rockies.
“Areas north of Denver have acquired probably the most snow this night, with a couple of spots approaching 4″,” Climate Service forecasters in Boulder tweeted early Sunday.
Additionally they warned early morning vacationers to watch out for patchy dense fog and untreated roads that is perhaps slick from in a single day snowfall and freezing temperatures.
Different elements of the U.S. may also be experiencing important snowfall.
“Snow to unfold from Southern Plains to Central Appalachians; thunderstorms doable over southern Texas right now,” the Climate Service stated in a note launched at 2:20 a.m. ET Sunday.
“Rain is prone to unfold throughout the Gulf coast and into the Southeast/Mid-Atlantic over the subsequent couple of days,” it stated. “Snow is anticipated to proceed over northern Texas right now earlier than spreading throughout an space extending into the Central Appalachians by Tuesday.”
“Winter Storm Warnings and Winter Climate Advisories have been posted for a lot of south AR beginning later right now into Monday,” tweeted the Climate Service workplace in Little Rock, Ark., on Sunday morning. “Snowfall quantities of 1 to three inches can be doable over far southern AR, with usually an inch or much less farther to the north.”
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Heavy snow is anticipated from japanese New Mexico into north-central Texas, forecasters say