February 17, 2022 Weather Related Service Update: Multi-Hazard Storm Powerful Storm To Sweep Through Eastern Half of U.S. The National Weather Service has announced a powerful storm is expected to sweep through the Eastern half of the U.S. over the next day or so with multiple hazards. A narrow zone of heavy snow and a wintry mix is anticipated from the south-central Plains to the Great Lakes. Severe thunderstorms with damaging winds and strong tornadoes from the lower Mississippi Valley to the Southeast, especially in the Tennessee Valley and Mid-South. We will continue to monitor conditions and post the most update-to-date storm information here, including the most recent service updates. Tuesday, February 15, 2022 Central to Eastern U.S. Winter Storm to Bring Impacts from Snow, Ice, Flooding, and Severe Thunderstorms Late this Week The National Weather Service has announced a strong storm is expected to bring heavy snow, ice, and gusty winds that will cause hazardous travel from the southern High Plains into the Great Lakes late Wednesday into Friday. Severe thunderstorms will be possible over the southern Plains and lower Mississippi Valley while heavy rain may lead to flooding in the Midwest and Southeast.