First, a graphic produced by NWS-Memphis that was posted here originally on Monday, along with Mid-South snow totals. This one gives a great look at snow totals across the Memphis county warning area:
Next, we take a look at how the Mid-South plays into the bigger picture. As of midnight Monday night/Tuesday morning, 49 of 50 states (yes, including Hawaii) had snow cover! Florida was the only state without snow. Here's a snow cover maps for the continental U.S.:And regional zooms over the Ohio/Mid-Mississippi Valleys and the Deep South:
Finally, it's always interesting to look at actual pictures of snow from space. Here's a visible imagery shot taken just before the sunset on Tuesday, as clouds cleared out from our area, from the GOES-East spacecraft. Areas east of the yellow line are cloud-covered, areas west are clear, making it easy to pick out the snow, especially over the Mississippi Delta (southwest of Memphis) and eastern Arkansas.