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In the Northeast, freezing rain and sleet covered parts of Pennsylvania and New York. Snow falls in other parts of the region.

She said that between a quarter and a half inch of ice is expected to accumulate on Sunday.

“Travel conditions are very dangerous. Untreated surfaces will be very slippery. Insulated power outages are possible,” the NWS office said.

We urge residents to avoid driving unless absolutely necessary.

“If you have to travel, keep an extra flashlight, food and water in your car in case of an emergency,” the State College NWS office said.

By Sunday afternoon, the icy mix of winter rain in the Northeast will turn into mostly freezing rain and snow for some higher elevations before this evening is over,

Vast swathes of New England between the glaciers are expected to hit a quarter inch of ice on Sunday. But most ice accumulations are expected to remain west of major metro areas.

The possibility of severe storms and tornadoes in the south

More than 10 million people from East Texas to Florida could experience strong to severe storms today.

“Destructive storms and a couple of large isolated hail will be possible today across parts of Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama,” the National Weather Service’s Storm Prediction Center said Sunday.

There is now a level 2 out of 5 threat of severe storms across Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama. Cities under this threat include Jackson and Hattiesburg in Mississippi.

Flooding could also be a problem for parts of the Gulf Coast, with 2 to 3 inches of rain expected in some areas on Sunday.

Frozen Arctic Air Swallowing the Upper Midwest

Sub-zero wind chills are expected to engulf most of the upper Midwest on Sunday.

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Wind chill alerts are in effect from Montana to Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, with wind chills possible ranging from -20 to -40 degrees Fahrenheit.

It will struggle with soaring temperatures reaching above zero in some northern parts of North Dakota and Michigan.

This freezing cold extends to the Great Lakes on Sunday and to the northeast on Mondays and Tuesdays.

On Tuesday morning, the interior of the Northeast and New England could experience sub-zero temperatures.

Cold air and strong winds will cause a dense lake effect downwind of Lake Superior and Lake Ontario.

By Tuesday morning, snow could fall on parts of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula and New York’s Tag Hill, according to the National Weather Service’s Weather Prediction Center.


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