Relentless Winter back for more as South Faces Extended Snow, Ice Threat This Week


Waves of snow and ice will severely threaten travel and daily routines across the southern Plains and South through the first part of this week before a major winter storm attempts to take a run at the Northeast. The same storm that brought record snow to Seattle on Saturday will cause some snow and an icy mix to drop southward to northern Texas and the Tennessee Valley Sunday night through Monday. Initially through Monday, the ice will not be substantial. However, that does not mean residents and travelers should let their guard down.  While the threat for the ice to weigh down power lines will be low through Monday, untreated roads and sidewalks will turn slick for motorists and those traveling by foot. Those in Dallas and Amarillo, Texas, Oklahoma City and Tulsa, Okla., Little Rock, Ark., Tupelo, Miss., Huntsville, Ala., and Nashville, Tenn., should prepare for the possibility of such slippery conditions into Monday.  As moisture from the Gulf of Mexico is tapped into, more substantial snow and ice will develop and spread from northern Louisiana and Arkansas to the Carolinas Monday night through Tuesday. Significant snow and ice is likely to continue through Wednesday across the Piedmont and mountains of the Carolinas and northern Georgia, potentially bringing travel to a halt. More
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