Northeast braces for heavy snow; winds shred Southern Plains

Certain areas in the Northeast are preparing for the possibility of significant snowfall on Tuesday morning, while other parts of the country are still dealing with the aftermath of severe weather.

Recently, tornadoes and strong winds caused fatalities in Oklahoma, while in Michigan, some residents are enduring their sixth consecutive day without electricity due to an ice storm last week, the Associated Press reports.

The National Weather Service in California has forecasted ongoing winter storms moving into the state until Wednesday. This comes after a short period of relief from the severe weather conditions that residents experienced on Sunday.

Written by staff