2nd and 3rd days of winter weather in the Southland with a heavy mix of snow, ice and hail hitting parts of Texas and Georgia.
The first three days were the worst of the three days with highs of 40 and 38 degrees in some areas, according to the National Weather Service in Houston.
Parts of Texas were under 1 foot of snow and a storm watch was in effect for parts of Georgia.
The National Weather Services said the heaviest rainfall in the state has been on the Gulf Coast, where the storm dumped about 3 inches of snow.
“The storm is not expected to move south for the next few days and the storm is expected to develop into a snowstorm and a rainstorm with some accumulations that could reach 1 foot or more,” the NWS said in a statement.
More to come.