February 21, 2023 Mary Scott 1070
The US National Weather Service (NWS) issued a warning on Monday about a “massive winter storm” that is expected to impact a large portion of the United States this week. According to the NWS, the storm presents a range of hazards, and winter storm warnings, blizzard warnings, and winter storm watches are in effect for many counties in the Rocky Mountain states.
Warnings and watches have also been issued for South Dakota, North Dakota, Wisconsin, Iowa, Nebraska, Minnesota, and Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.
A broad swath of accumulating snow is expected across northern Minnesota, Wisconsin, and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Winter storm warnings span from Washington to California, along with Nevada to Montana. Blizzard warnings are in effect for parts of southern Wyoming, while winter storm watches are in effect from Arizona to the Plains and Upper Midwest regions.
If you are living in any of these affected areas, it’s crucial to be prepared for the storm’s hazards. These may include heavy snowfall, high winds, and dangerously low temperatures. Make sure to stock up on essentials, including food, water, medicine, and warm clothing, and keep yourself updated on the latest weather conditions and advisories from local authorities. Stay safe and warm during the winter storm!
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— Minnesota Minutes (@minnminutes) February 21, 2023