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Winter storm brings snow, ice, and tornadoes and is expected to wreak havoc on the US this week 

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NEW YORK – A powerful storm is moving through the intermountain West and the upper Midwest that will have far-reaching effects on and from the Gulf of Mexico, will create blizzard conditions for the North and possibly tornadoes to the South.

Storms, which could cause damaging tornadoes and destructive winds, are expected to develop before noon Monday morning from Houston, Texas, to Shreveport, Louisiana, building into the afternoon and growing in size until Monday night.

The possibility of thunderstorms is likely to increase ahead of an incoming cold front that is making its journey through the southeast of Texas late Monday night through Tuesday morning According to the National Weather Service.

More than three feet of fresh snow was deposited over the Sierra mountains of California during the weekend. Based on the UC Berkeley Central Sierra Snow Lab the snowfall was as high as 7.5 inches of snow fell in a time on Saturday, in the Sierras.

Sixteen states are currently under warnings for wind and winter weather and a winter storm is predicted to bring near-blizzard conditions across the top Midwest between Monday and Tuesday.

A winter storm alert was also issued within Salt Lake City, Utah for the weekend with forecasts for between 4 to 6 inches of snow.

Snow is expected to fall in Denver, Colorado, around midnight. There are three to four inches of snow expected and as much as one foot of snow expected at Vail and possibly more than 2 feet in the southwest region of Colorado.

The Mogollon Rim in east central Arizona is expected to see heavy snow on Sunday, with rates that could be more than 3 inches per hour.

More than a foot of snow and wind speeds of more than 40 mph are possible across Nebraska, South Dakota, and Minnesota on Tuesday and Monday which could cause problems with driving as well as power disruptions.

The ice-related event will start in the afternoon of Monday and will continue throughout the day as snow falls over the frozen ice by Tuesday morning.

In the days ahead of the storm forecast, temperatures could increase across the East and Midwest to 60 degrees, with several places such as Chicago, St. Louis, Cincinnati, Pittsburg, and Buffalo reaching record temperatures.

For Buffalo, this is an almost complete reverse from last week’s storm, which saw massive winter storms ravage the region and other areas in western New York.

Buffalo was hit by continual whiteout conditions and frigid temperatures that led to many deaths.

New York Gov. Kathy Hochul has called the Christmas weekend storm the “blizzard of the century.”

“This will go down in history as the most devastating storm in Buffalo’s long, storied history of having battled … many, many major storms,” Hochul the Buffalo native, stated during an early Christmas morning news conference.

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