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A winter storm is coating a large swath of the U.S. in snow and ice this week.
Winter weather alerts have been issued for a nearly 3,000-mile stretch of the country – from Texas to New England. A crippling ice storm is expected across much of the Midwest and parts of the mid-South, while snow is the main threat elsewhere.
FOX Weather has teams scattered along the path of the storm from Oklahoma to New York to cover the storm.
Here is a look at what those teams have seen while covering the storm.
Crews are out salting and responding to ice in Boston as a winter storm moves through the Northeast.
FOX Weather multimedia journalist Katie Byrne is in Burlington, Vermont, where they've been hit with about 18 inches of snow so far from the winter storm.
Buffalo, New York
FOX Weather multimedia journalist Mitti Hicks is in Buffalo, NY, where the snow is beginning to taper off as the winter storm begins to move out.
FOX Weather multimedia journalist Mitti Hicks is in Buffalo, NY, where they are expecting 6-12 inches of snow over a 24 hour period from the winter storm.
FOX Weather multimedia journalist Will Nunley is in Memphis where a winter storm is leaving thousands without power across Tennessee.
FOX Weather's Will Nunley reports sleet and ice are causing major travel delays and power outages across the Memphis area.
FOX Weather multimedia journalist Will Nunley reports that ice is causing FedEx to have substantial issues in Memphis.
Meteorologist and Storm Chaser, Brett Adair, gave FOX Weather a first-hand look at road conditions in Tennessee along I-40.
FOX Weather multimedia journalist Will Nunley is in Memphis, TN, and is calling this a 'pure ice event.'
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Oklahoma could see up to six inches of snow from this powerful winter storm.
Snow, ice and below freezing temperatures are causing dangerous road conditions in Oklahoma.
A major winter storm has unloaded snow and a dangerous amount of ice in Ohio.
FOX Weather multimedia journalist Robert Ray is in Columbus, Ohio, where ice and sleet is beginning to turn into snow.
FOX Weather's Robert Ray is reporting from Columbus, Ohio, as the city prepares for ice and snow.
Champaign, Illinois seeing 35 mph wind gusts, slick roads and reduced visibility on day two of this winter storm.
FOX Weather correspondent Max Gorden is in Champaign, Illinois, where a winter storm could produce 16 inches of snow and 40 mph winds across Central Illinois.