A band of winter precipitation rolled into the Southern Plains and the Ozarks on Wednesday as part of a late-season storm that sent temperatures plummeting and led school officials in both Arkansas and Oklahoma to cancel Thursday classes.
Highways mostly snow covered in early morning
Up to 7 inches of snow possible by Sunday evening
Endless snow, extreme cold, and widespread flu keeping donors at home.
Dropping temperatures are a concern.
Many parts of the U.S. have already broken records for snowfall and below zero temperatures while other parts have seen unseasonably warm temperatures.
The return of snow in the forecast means the return of brine and salt to the roadways, and that should mean the return of motorists to car washes.
Many area roads are snow and/or ice covered.
The arrival of bitter cold can means more kids staying home from school, simply because they don’t have a coat to keep them warm.
Two counties declared states of emergency Monday to keep motorists off slick roads after a winter storm dumped several inches of snow across parts of southern Indiana.