The heaviest snow will fall from South Dakota to Minnesota Monday night into Tuesday. More
A storm will bring major disruptions to the northeastern United States into Tuesday.
Jan 23, 2017; 10:51 AM ET At least 41 tornadoes were reported over the weekend. Several of which were deadly, killing 19 people, which is more than the total number of people killed by tornadoes in all of 2016.
Gusty winds and snow will sweep across the north-central United States from Monday night to Tuesday night.
Twelve people were killed and 23 injured after a twister hit southernmost Georgia. That brings the death toll to 16 from severe weather that rattled the South this weekend; four people were also killed when a tornado hit Hattiesburg, Mississippi.
The weather across the eastern half of the United States has felt more like early spring recently, but more typical winter cold will return for the final days of January.
Jan 22, 2017; 12:05 "Hattiesburg will rebuild and we'll be stronger than ever." Hattiesburg, Mississippi, residents are hopeful their community will come together and rebuild to prove their resilience against the forces of nature.
Storms packing heavy rain and mountain snow will take a break beginning during the middle of this week, while further drought relief looks promising.