The frigid Christmas storm has killed at least 24 people across the country, trapping some residents inside homes with snow drifts, and knocking out power to hundreds of thousands of homes.
Biting wind and heavy snow are expected across 17 states this week, sending temperatures plummeting as low as minus 30 F in some areas. Blizzard conditions could hit the Upper Midwest on Thursday.
Extremely cold temperatures are expected to spill across Georgia later this week. In some areas, highs may struggle to get out of the 20s and low 30s. So what does that mean for those looking to travel this holiday season, both inside Georgia and through Georgia? For insight, we turn to Dave Hennen, senior executive producer of CNN weather and meteorologist.
Utility crews raced Saturday to restore power to tens of thousands of customers across New England and New York after a powerful storm dumped 2 feet of snow in some places.
The whopping 6 feet of snow was one of the top three heaviest snowfalls in recorded history for the Buffalo region.
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The men's giant slalom went ahead as scheduled — albeit with a few delays and stoppages. Low visibility caused 33 skiers to fail to finish their first qualifying run.
A winter weather system brought colder temperatures and precipitation not often seen in the region. Authorities urged drivers to stay off the roads, which forecasters said are slick and snow-packed.
The state agencies in charge of responding to weather emergencies are bracing for a winter storm expected to hit North Georgia and metro Atlanta during a three-day holiday weekend.
Heavy snow rolled through Tennessee and Kentucky on Thursday, and was expected to hit several states across the northeast next.
Roads remains closed in many areas of the Sierra, as dozens of flights have been canceled. It's been the snowiest month in the Sierra in more than 50 years.
The stranded residents and musicians slept on the floor and on mattresses provided by the pub, and passed the time by singing karaoke, playing quiz games and eating Yorkshire puddings.
More than 100 million Americans were under some type of winter weather advisory on Saturday, with more snow and ice expected to hit the southern and eastern United States over the coming days.
Ski areas are seeing record sales of season passes as people look for outdoor exercise this winter. Most are requiring masks, limiting lodge use, and making people put their boots on at their cars.
"As time went by, the cars got buried," said a driver. "I was really scared." Japan's Self-Defense Forces distributed food, blankets and fuel to the stranded and worked with shovels to free vehicles.