NEWS
Tue Feb 11, 2014 06:06 AM CST

Snow, ice and rain expected Tuesday and Tuesday night through the southeast U.S. region. Snow appears most likely for portions of Tennessee and the Carolinas'. Ice is expected to affect portions of northern Louisiana, west and north Mississippi, northern Alabama, north Georgia and South Carolina. Travel is expected to be affected. Otherwise we see drier weather in the central U.S. crop areas with extreme cold conditions, especially over the Midwest region.

Highs Tuesday: minus 10s to low single numbers Canadian Prairies, teens to low 30s northern plains, low 20s and 30s central and southern plains, single numbers to low 20s ...

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