PHOTO GALLERY: A look at weather conditions around the U.S.
Tuesday, February 1, 2011 | 10:50 a.m. CST;
updated 11:04 a.m. CST, Tuesday, February 1, 2011
Snowplows work to remove ice from interstate 55 on Tuesday in St. Louis. A blizzard warning is in effect for the much of the state. In St. Louis, early ice and sleet will give way to anywhere from 6 to 20 inches of snow.
Snowplows are clearing highways and city roads, drivers are sliding across lanes on ice-covered roads and people are trying to deal with the effects of a massive winter storm set to blanket about one-third of the country.
Sundance Square workers shovel snow from the sidewalks Tuesday morning in Fort Worth, Texas.
A motorist gets a truck stuck in the snow at 41st Street and Darlington Avenue, on Tuesday in Tulsa, Okla. Snow started falling in the Oklahoma Panhandle before midnight Monday, with snow totals expected to reach up to a foot in some areas of the state. A blizzard warning was in effect throughout much of the Midwest. Forecasts are calling for as much as 21 inches of snow in mid-Missouri.
Mail carrier Mark Sherrill walks through fresh snow delivering mail in Berea, Ohio on Tuesday. The overnight snow in northeast Ohio was a prelude to a massive winter storm expected to bring sleet, freezing rain and more snow to Ohio and the Midwest over the next two days.
Snowplows move in tandem in this view through a frosted windshield on U.S. 150 east of Urbana, Ill., on Tuesday.
Steam from his breath surrounds his head as Noah Koolik, a freshman, walks across campus on the way to class at the University of Colorado in Boulder, Colo., Tuesday. A high of around zero degrees is expected in the Denver Metro area on Tuesday.
Icicles form on a walkway along Lake Michigan in Port Washington, Wis. About one-third of the nation was expected to feel the brunt of a massive storm on Tuesday.
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