Yet another winter has wreaked havoc across the Midwest and Northeast, bringing snow and ice to the regions.
Multiple accidents closed roadways across Indiana, Missouri and Illinois as of Sunday afternoon.
Thousands of flights were delayed or cancelled throughout most of the major airports in the Midwest and Northeast due to the wintry conditions including, Philadelphia, Newark, Chicago O'Hare and Detroit airports.
As the storm continues icy conditions will further develop in the Northeast, temperatures will continue to plummet across the Ohio Valley and heavy snow will continue to expand northward into Detroit, Mich., and southwest Ontario.
For live updates on the storm, read LIVE: Thousands of Flight Delays as Snowstorm Buries the Midwest
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Parts of the southern United States will continue to face dangerous and drenching thunderstorms into Saturday evening.
The severe weather danger, including tornadoes, will quickly ramp back up across the south-central United States late on Sunday into Monday.
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