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Snow slams the South: Texas city sees biggest snowstorm in 39 years

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a group of people walking in the snow: Disc golfers make their way through the snow that dropped at least five inches of snow at their tournament in Cameron Park on Jan. 10, 2021, in Waco, Texas. © Rod Aydelotte/AP Disc golfers make their way through the snow that dropped at least five inches of snow at their tournament in Cameron Park on Jan. 10, 2021, in Waco, Texas.

A rare, heavy snow slammed the South overnight, leaving winter storm warnings stretching from Texas to Alabama Monday morning.

Roadways are treacherous in Texas where some areas saw up to 9 inches of snow on Sunday.

a couple of people that are standing in the snow: Taylor Young, 5, inspects her handiwork as she builds a snowman with her parents Paul and Brittney during Sunday's morning snowfall in Abilene, Texas Jan. 10, 2021. © Ronald W. Erdrich/Abilene Reporter via USA Today Network Taylor Young, 5, inspects her handiwork as she builds a snowman with her parents Paul and Brittney during Sunday's morning snowfall in Abilene, Texas Jan. 10, 2021. a bench in front of a tree: Snow weighs down on an oak tree outside Brook Hollow Christian Church in Abilene, Texas Jan. 10, 2021. © Ronald W. Erdrich/Abilene Reporter via USA Today Network Snow weighs down on an oak tree outside Brook Hollow Christian Church in Abilene, Texas Jan. 10, 2021.

Residents of Waco, Texas, witnessed 4.4 inches of snowfall -- the city's biggest snowstorm since 1982.

a group of people walking in the snow: Disc golfers make their way through the snow that dropped at least five inches of snow at their tournament in Cameron Park on Jan. 10, 2021, in Waco, Texas. © Rod Aydelotte/AP Disc golfers make their way through the snow that dropped at least five inches of snow at their tournament in Cameron Park on Jan. 10, 2021, in Waco, Texas.

San Antonio and Austin saw up to 6 inches of snow, which marked the biggest snowstorm in those cities since 2004.

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Shreveport, Louisiana, was hit with 2 to 3 inches of snow overnight. This could become Shreveport's heaviest snowfall in 6 years.

This storm system will continue to move east Monday morning, bringing more snow to Mississippi, Alabama and Tennessee. Some areas could see 1 to 3 inches of snowfall.

a car parked in a parking lot: An American flag snaps in the wind while snow and ice cover new automobiles at a dealership on Jan. 10, 2021, in Jackson, Miss. A winter storm is coating parts of Texas, Louisiana and Mississippi with snow on Sunday and into Monday morning. © Rogelio V. Solis/AP An American flag snaps in the wind while snow and ice cover new automobiles at a dealership on Jan. 10, 2021, in Jackson, Miss. A winter storm is coating parts of Texas, Louisiana and Mississippi with snow on Sunday and into Monday morning.

Monday afternoon and evening, that storm will move into Georgia and the Carolinas. Because of warmer temperatures, mostly rain is expected.

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