More severe weather could be coming after a Wednesday of active, often turbulent weather in the southeast U.S.
LAKE TAHOE SHATTERS RECORD SNOWFALL RECORD
On Thursday, lines of thunderstorms will move across the northern Alabama and Georgia.
Heavy rains and frequent lightning are to be expected.
These storms will be moving into the Carolinas late in the day and into evening hours.
The western United States continues to see a series of storms from the Pacific.
All mountain ranges in the West will see more snowfall.
This snow will continue to add to the snowpack that is near or above average in most places.
With this round, an additional 1-2 feet is likely to fall on Sierra Nevada.
Finally, extremely cold weather has settled in from the Northwest to northern Plains.
Temperatures will typically be between 10-30 degrees and above average. However, the coldest places in Montana or North Dakota could be up to 40 degrees below average.
Wind chill alerts were issued in these areas where wind chill temperatures can dip as low at -50 degrees. Frostbite can develop in as little as 15 minutes at these temperatures.
Source: Fox News