Lake-effect snow pummeled parts of the Great Lakes and more is on the way.
After December-like cold lingers into the start of the weekend around New York City, temperatures will surge into the 50s on Sunday and into the 60s on Monday.
A surge of warmth and wet weather surges toward Detroit this weekend.
Warmer temperatures are expected in Minneapolis to start the weekend, but snow will make a return by early next week.
Warmer air is set to arrive for the weekend, but rain will accompany it.
Between 3 and 6 feet of snow and plunging temperatures have left thousands snowed in over upstate New York, and the cold and snow has taken lives.
A storm riding a surge of springlike warmth will bring a round of severe weather including the risk of a few tornadoes this weekend in the South as Thanksgiving travel begins.
A shift in the weather pattern in early December will deliver some relief for the 200 million people across the U.S. being blasted by bitter air.
There will be travel trouble spots for Thanksgiving travel through Wednesday including areas of winterlike conditions and rain-related issues.
Following waves of arctic cold and snow, more typical of January, a few days of springlike weather are on the way for the South, Midwest and Northeast starting this weekend.
Clashing thunder and bursts of lightning created an eerie scene over the colossal snowfall in the Buffalo area Wednesday night.
Great Lakes (1970)
A wintry storm walloped the northern Rockies with heavy snow and drove temperatures near zero along the Canadian border. Up to 10 inches of snow blanketed Cut Bank, MT, where the mercury sank to 3 above zero at midnight. Blowing and drifting snow hampered travel in eastern Washington and northern Oregon.
New England (1989)
Early-season heavy snow... South Lincoln, VT 17 inches Middlebury, VT 16 inches Farmington, ME 12 inches
Southern CA (1967)
Heavy rains; 14 inches of rainfall in the mountains, 7.96 inches in downtown LA. Severe local flooding with damaging mud slides. Said to be the worst since 1934.