New cross-country storm will produce a swath of snow and ice along a 2,000-mile-long stretch from Texas to Maine during the middle and latter part of this week
The onslaught of wild winter weather that has been a repeating presence throughout the first half of February will continue wreaking havoc this week as another major storm system could deliver more snow and ice to many places that already have plenty of snow on the ground, AccuWeather forecasters say.
Following an early-week outburst of snow and ice across the south-central United States, which brought brutal cold and record snowfall to parts of Texas, the next round of wintry weather is forecast to reach parts of northern Texas and Oklahoma as early as Tuesday afternoon then make a run at the Midwest, mid-Atlantic and Northeast.
AccuWeather is predicting up to another foot of snow for Western New York before the weekend.
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