Lingering frigid air will lay the path for more icing and delay recovery for those dealing with widespread power outages and no heat.
Snow is forecast to fall in unusual places this weekend in spots that have not seen a measurable snowfall in over a decade.
A new storm threatens to bring travel disruptions and power outages Sunday into Monday in the Northeast, including the I-95 corridor.
A historical nuisance in the Christmas tree industry, brought on by recent wet weather, may threaten the tree crop this winter season.
Lingering frigid air will not only lay the path for more icing this weekend but will also delay recovery in communities dealing with widespread power outages and thus no heat.
This week brought stormy conditions to numerous countries, resulting in a winterlike scene for many.
The return of colder air was accompanied by some snow early Friday night with the next chance of wintry precipitation later this weekend.
The return of colder air was accompanied by a few inches of snow early Friday night with the next chance of wintry precipitation before the end of the weekend.
Bitter cold will linger in the parts of the southern Plains impacted by the late-week ice storm, which could have been the worst to hit the United States in years.
A storm coming Sunday night has the potential to bring more snow and travel problems to Boston and New England
One of the worst ice storms in recent years to hit the South Central states will continue over the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex into Friday midday.
Cairo, IL (1917)
17.0" snow set 24 hour snowfall record and single storm total for city.
Connecticut River (1740)
Early snows and hard freeze followed by a thaw and heavy rains produced the greatest flood on Connecticut River in 50 years; on Merrimac in 70 years.
Riverview, FL (1996)
A tornado killed one person; 6 mobile homes were destroyed.