A frontal area moving easterly out of the southern plains will draw upon Gulf moisture to spread cold temperatures, snow and ice to many locations throughout the south and southeastern states. This storm will affect areas in Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Tennessee, Georgia and South Carolina over the next few days. Travel in some areas will be nearly impossible and ice formation on roads, trees and power lines may create power outages and extremely hazardous travel conditions.
Please use the interactive map link below to click on areas of interest so you can make personal preparedness and travel decisions. Take Care and Be Safe !
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