Travel through the southern Rockies into the central Plains “will be dangerous, if not impossible” on Tuesday, forecasters said, as a winter weather system blasts parts of the West and Midwest.
Early Tuesday morning, blizzard warnings stretched from northeast New Mexico to southeast Colorado, western Kansas, the Oklahoma panhandle and far northern Texas, according to the National Weather Service.
“Blizzard conditions with wind chill temperatures below zero are expected,” the agency said.
In addition, winter storm warnings stretched farther across New Mexico, Colorado and Kansas.
Heavy snowfall was reported in eastern Colorado and western Kansas early Tuesday, along with freezing rain and sleet across south-central Kansas. Blustery winds of 20 to 50 mph were also reported.
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