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Areas of north Mississippi could see three inches of snow late Monday through noon Tuesday.
The precipitation is turning from white to wet in Western Washington, and the National Weather Service says this week should be typical for February with high temperatures in the 40s and a series of fronts bringing rain.
Chicago will be bitterly cold. Again.
Light snow in the mountains and Piedmont on Monday marked the first act of a three-day weather drama that will likely leave most of North Carolina coated with a mixture of icy precipitation.
Forecasters say the latest winter storm brought several inches of snow to most areas of Pennsylvania, but as much as half a foot to some places in the commonwealth.
Another blast of snow over a wide section of Kentucky has slicked roads and closed several school districts.
A second round of ice and snow is heading for South Carolina this week, with forecasters warning this storm could be significantly more serious than the winter weather that shut down the state two weeks ago.
With memories of thousands of vehicles gridlocked for hours on icy metro Atlanta highways fresh in their minds, emergency officials and elected leaders in north Georgia were preparing Monday for another round of winter weather.
Yet another round of wintry weather is headed to parts of Arkansas.