Winter storm warning stretches from New Mexico over Texas … – USA TODAY

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A winter storm warning tracked from the southwest to Illinois on Monday afternoon, with some areas expected to see a foot of snow.  
The National Weather Service in Albuquerque, New Mexico, said a winter storm warning will remain in effect until noon on Tuesday, with total snow accumulations of up to nine inches in some areas.  
And the National Weather Service in Norman, Oklahoma, expected most Oklahomans to see accumulating snow Monday into Tuesday, The Oklahoman, part of the USA TODAY Network, reports.  
But New Mexico, Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Missouri,  Illinois and other states are all expected to see snowflakes. Here’s what you need to know.  
TUESDAY WEATHER UPDATES: 18 million people under winter storm warning stretching from New Mexico to Ohio: Snow forecast updates
In parts of eastern New Mexico, the National Weather Service in Albuquerque expects snow between three and six inches, with some counties expecting to see six to nine inches.  
The winter weather will also impact Texas and Oklahoma.
Parts of Illinois, Indiana, Michigan and Ohio are also under a winter storm watch this week, bringing snow into the Great Lakes region.  
A winter storm watch starting Tuesday night and continuing through Wednesday could mean up to 9 inches of snow in central Indiana, the Indianapolis Star, part of the USA TODAY Network reported, with snow potentially lasting through early Thursday. 
And the National Weather Service in Cleveland, Ohio, said parts of northwest Ohio is also under a winter storm watch from Tuesday night through Wednesday evening, with snow accumulations of 4 to 7 inches possible.  
Contributing: Cheryl V. Jackson, Indianapolis Star; Jack Money, Oklahoman


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