The majority of the nation is on alert for snow, ice and bitter cold as roughly 70.4percent of the lower 48 states are covered by snow -- the maximum level in a short time.
The South is still digging out from ice and snow which struck earlier this week, shutting vaccination websites and bringing streets to a standstill -- but another storm is closing .
Texas vaccine shipments are on hold due to the storm.
Texas' Department of State Health Services stated,"because of the winter storm and harmful states, the CDC has set vaccine imports on hold. We're not anticipating deliveries to happen until at least Wednesday. Many neighborhood vaccine suppliers have postponed practices as it isn't safe for people to stand out across much of Texas at the moment. Vaccination will restart as soon as it's secure and neighborhood conditions permit."
In Missouri, Gov. Mike Parson stated Monday that COVID-19 mass Legislation events are continuing through Friday as a result of weather.
The South can be lasting a record-breaking cold breeze.
Oklahoma City dropped to minus 14 levels -- the coldest since 1899.
In Lawton, Oklahoma, the temperature dropped to minus 12 degrees Tuesday -- an all-time listing reduced.
The fever in Dallas dropped to minus one level on Tuesday -- the coldest since 1989.
The wind chill -- exactly what it seems like -- fell Tuesday morning to minus 12 degrees in Little Rock, minus 11 degrees in Dallas, minus 15 degrees in Memphis and 0 levels in Austin.
Early Wednesday morning, another storm will move in the South, including Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Louisiana, bringing snow and icehockey.
Oklahoma City is 7 inches apart from setting a new record for snowiest season .
The storms have left one person dead in Louisiana and 2 people dead in Tennessee.
Meanwhile, immediately, a storm brought many documented tornadoes into Florida, Georgia and North Carolina.
At least three people were murdered in the documented twister in North Carolina, Gov. Roy Cooper said.
From the Northeast, snow and ice will strike inland regions Tuesday while the Interstate-95 corridor will observe rain.
Additional ice and snow will strike northern New England in which 6 to 10 inches of snow will be possible through Tuesday afternoon.
Thursday afternoon and evening, the Mid-Atlantic along with the Northeast with see more ice, snow and rain.
The storm will even bring the other threat for tornadoes.
Publix, the significant supermarket chain in Florida, is canceling all vaccine events in their shops at Florida on Wednesday due to climate.