Through Monday night, the cities mentioned above will receive a general 1-3 inches of snow.
Tough Travel Expected
According to Meteorologist Alex Sosnowski, "It is likely that slippery areas will develop this evening and progress to the east over the high ground along I-40 in Arizona and New Mexico. As snow spills out over the southern High Plains tonight and Monday, snow is likely to fall and accumulate in part of I-40 stretching across the northern Texas Panhandle and Route 54 reaching northeastward into southern Kansas."
Not only will the snow make for slippery travel, but brisk winds will develop late tonight into Monday across the central and southern Plains.
Significant blowing and drifting of the snow is expected across this region with northeast winds gusting to between 40 and 50 mph!
Detours, delays and road closures are all possible tonight and Monday. So, if you are heading out for last-minute shopping, be sure to take it slow and keep an eye on road conditions.
Wild weather will shift farther east Tuesday and Wednesday, bringing snow chances from Chicago to Detroit through northern New England.