February 8th – According to ABC News, the United States continued to encounter winter storms last weekend, and snow fell in many cities in the northeast.
In the Midwest of the United States, the temperature has dropped further due to the arrival of polar cold air.
On the morning of the 7th local time, heavy snow crossed the Mid-Atlantic states and began to move towards major cities in the northeast of the United States.
Snow is seen in the Appalachian Mountains and I-95 extending into New England.
Snowfall on the 7th may reach 5 cm per hour, and the largest snowfall occurs outside the big cities in the northeast.
The storm is expected to leave the northeast region on the evening of the 7th local time.
Rain will continue in southeastern New England and along the eastern coast of Maine, which is expected to end by midnight.
The cold front after the storm brought severe weather to parts of Florida, where tornado warnings were issued, including Tampa Bay, which is hosting Super Bowl games.
In addition, cold air will continue to rage in the Midwest.
On the morning of the 7th, local time in cities such as Chicago and Indianapolis, the temperature is below zero, and even parts of the south ushered in the coldest temperature of the season.
This week, several storms will hit parts of the Midwest and Northeast of the United States, bringing a new round of snowfall.