Parts of the western states of the Rocky Mountain and Rocky Mountain plains reported several inches of snow on Saturday and many more could be on their way Sunday with up to 18 inches of possible snow in the city of Denver, Colorado, while areas north of Boulder could see more than two feet of snow, CNN meteorologist Tyler Mauldin said.
Denver International Airport reported seven inches of snow on Saturday afternoon, according to the weather service.
Snow along with strong winds could mean some parts of Wyoming, Nebraska and South Dakota would see snowstorm conditions, making trips to these areas nearly impossible, according to Mauldin.
The southeast could see flood concerns
Meanwhile, flood surveillance and warnings are in place in the Kansas and Missouri areas, while heavy rains are affecting parts of Nebraska and Iowa.
As the storm system shifts eastward over the next day or two, the southeast could also have flooding problems.
Some areas of Alabama and Georgia could see between two and four inches of rain on Monday and Tuesday.
Damage caused by returns to Texas
There were 40 preliminary reports of severe storms on Saturday, 11 of which were tornadoes, according to Mauldin.
Severe weather threats move to Arkansas on Sunday, where showers and heavy storms are forecast throughout the afternoon and evening, according to the Little Rock National Weather Service.
CNN’s Andy Rose and Haley Brink contributed to this report.
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