Alert for snow storm in the USA: States and highways affected | February 2
Snow storm alerts continue in the USA affecting millions: Here are the states and roads affected, storm trajectory in real time on February 2.
Winter weather continues in the United States.
From Sunday, January 29 through Thursday, February 2, the NWS issued a snowstorm watch for more than 40 million Americans.
The first snow hit central Texas, parts of Oklahoma, northeast Arkansas and southern Missouri on Sunday, moving southeast Monday afternoon; While the second weather pattern caused the greatest impacts in Texas on Monday and Tuesday, from the north and center of the state to the middle of the Mississippi Valley.
Snowstorm alert in the USA: States affected today, February 2
The third storm hit Central Texas on Wednesday morning, February 1. In addition to the Lone Star State, parts of Oklahoma and Mississippi were affected as well. Today, February 2, is expected to be the last day of bad weather in all affected areas.
Snowstorm in the United States: Trajectory in real time
Below, we share the map with the real-time trajectory of the snow storm in the United States.
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Winter Storm: Roads Affected
Most of the states affected by winter weather have experienced problems with their roads due to ice and snowfall. Below is a list of official DOT sites for each state so you can check current highway conditions.
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