After a few days of relief, much of the country is facing winter weather alerts.
Wind chills in parts of South Dakota today will feel like -30+.
Here are the projected wind chills into Tuesday for Marshall, MN pic.twitter.com/mrjSKskcC5
— NWS Sioux Falls (@NWSSiouxFalls) January 15, 2018
People in several states are facing some tough driving conditions over the next few days.
As snow is exiting the area this morning, it has left some snow covered and icy roads in its wake…allow some extra time for your morning commute and use caution when driving. Temps are expected to fall all day with dangerous wind chills tonight! Stay safe and warm friends! pic.twitter.com/o1quoyYuTL
— NWS Kansas City (@NWSKansasCity) January 15, 2018
Even Texas is facing one of the worst cold fronts it’s seen in years.
Winter storm watch issued for Austin area on Tuesday; icy roads likely https://t.co/EBvFxnoH7T
— Austin Weather (@AustinWeather) January 14, 2018
A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect along & southeast of a Breckenridge to Grapevine to Bonham line from 6 PM tonight thru Noon Tuesday where total ice, sleet, and snow accumulations of up to a half inch are expected. A dusting is possible farther to the NW. #dfwwx #texomawx pic.twitter.com/c27XNruiIT
— NWS Fort Worth (@NWSFortWorth) January 15, 2018
Many Southern states are also facing temperatures below normal. The average low in Jackson, Mississippi in January is 37, tonight it will be just 14 degrees.
Hard freeze conditions and single digit wind chill values can be expected across the region, starting tomorrow (Tuesday) and going through Thursday morning. pic.twitter.com/NcsMIt5YRP
— NWS Jackson MS (@NWSJacksonMS) January 15, 2018