Check your weather bingo card: Storm bringing a little bit of everything to US

Second system expected to bring more unsettled weather later this week

An expansive storm system traversing the U.S. on Tuesday is producing just about every kind of weather you can think of, and it’s just the first of two systems forecast this week.

Snow and ice are falling across the Northern Plains and Midwest on Tuesday, while the southern end of the storm is producing severe weather and flooding. Even thunder freezing rain was reported in Iowa on Tuesday morning.

Shane Brown, FOX Weather's senior data specialist, said 77% of the Lower 48 is under some type of weather alert. That works out to about 2.4 million square miles that are covered under an advisory, watch or warning. 

Here’s a look at how the first of the two storms has played out so far.