West News Wire: Snow and wind alerts have been issued for 26 states, from Kentucky to California, as a result of two storm systems sweeping across the country.

Parts of Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, Kansas, Montana, Idaho, and Wyoming are under winter storm warnings and advisories.

Winter storm warnings are also in effect for this week’s severe snowfall across the central Rockies and into the Plains.

A foot or more of snow is expected to fall this week in regions of the Southwest and Northwest, including Colorado, Oregon, and Washington.

On Tuesday morning, the first storm is anticipated to produce heavy rain from Dallas to Wichita as well as snow in the Pacific Northwest and Northern and Central Rockies.

By Tuesday evening, the storm will likely move into the upper Midwest to areas including St. Louis, Chicago and Minneapolis–Saint Paul, bringing with it rain and snow.

The second storm will likely move east on Wednesday and Thursday, delivering a threat for a severe weather outbreak across parts of the South to the Ohio Valley.

Millions of people from the Florida Panhandle to the Ohio Valley could see scattered severe weather on Thursday.

Americans living in Boston, New York City, Philadelphia and Washington, D.C., will get a preview of spring as temperatures are expected to reach the mid-60s.

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