The winter storms that plague the United States are expected to hit the southern United States again over the weekend of February 13 and 14 local time.
Texas, Oklahoma and Louisiana will have blizzards and freezing rain.
U.S. weather departments warn that the severe weather caused by winter storms from this weekend will continue until next week, and the southern states affected by it have to prepare for the upcoming ice and snow weather.
The latest winter storm will hit the Rockies on the 13th, and the snow will affect cities from Wyoming to New Mexico.
In cities such as Cheyenne, Wyoming, Colorado Springs, Colorado, Santa Fe, New Mexico and Albuquerque, total snow can It can reach about 5 to 7.6 centimeters.
And when the altitude rises, thicker snow may appear.
Texas and Oklahoma will have a blizzard in the second half of the weekend, and snow may be up to one foot in Lubbock and Oklahoma City.
Tulsa, Oklahoma and Fayetteville, Arkansas, will be hit by two blizzards over the next five days, which will increase the chance of snow falling between the two cities and bring extreme cold weather.
According to the weather forecast, the blizzard in Texas will bring 10 to 17.8 centimeters of snow to the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
It will also cause widespread power outages and tree dumping in Texas.
In addition to the blizzard, the first round of frozen rain is expected to cross northeast Texas and enter southern Arkansas and northwest Louisiana on the evening of the 13th to 14.
Frozen rain is expected to cause road surfaces to freeze and bring travel risks.
According to the forecast of the meteorological department, cities such as San Antonio and Austin and Houston in Texas, as well as Shreveport, Louisiana, will meet until the 15th night of the 14th to the 15th. The road surface brought about by freezing rain is frozen.