Winter Storm Inga is bringing snow and ice to the Southeast, causing travel chaos throughout the region.

The severe drop in temperatures and potentially dangerous conditions have put parts of 23 states under winter weather alerts and forced officials in North Carolina and Alabama to declare a state of emergency.

Here’s everything you need to know:

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“Bomb Cyclone” is the latest weather term to enter the national lexicon, following the equally ominously named “Polar Vortex” a few years ago. It’s already brought heaps of snow to the Northeast and is expected to follow it with sub-zero temperatures, with some more-remote parts of the region literally becoming as frigid as the surface of Mars.

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Statistics from National Highway Safety Administration show 264,000 accidents per year occur in snow and sleet, and that 70% of winter injuries and deaths related to snow and ice occur in automobiles. Crashes aren’t your only worry in winter, either; the cold weather is as hard on your car as it is on you. Although driving in snow is an art in itself, the below basic tips will help you arrive at your destination safely.

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Some states call them freeways, while other states refer to them as expressways. Those with tolls are sometimes called turnpikes. But regardless of what you call them, these high-speed, controlled-access highways require a driver’s undivided attention and quick decision making.

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