The next winter storm in the South is already underway, slated to spread snow, sleet and freezing rain from Texas to Tennessee.
Travel conditions will quickly deteriorate as the mix of wintry precipitation develops from west-central Texas to western Kentucky throughout Sunday.
While areas from the Texas Panhandle to western Kentucky have primarily snow, a thin area reaching from central Texas to western Tennessee is forecast to receive sleet and freezing rain in addition to the snow.
This can quickly lead to slick spots on roadways as temperatures dip below freezing, especially on bridges, overpasses and untreated surfaces.
Millions of people will be impacted by this storm including the residents of Dallas, Fort Worth, Little Rock and Jackson, Tenn.
As of Sunday morning, more than 700 flights have been canceled, nearly half of which were out of the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport. For the flights that weren't cancelled, excessive delays continue through the afternoon.
More delays and cancellations are likely into the Mid-Atlantic as the wintry precipitation overspreads northeastward through Monday.
Temperatures are forecast to climb above freezing on Monday in the regions of the southern Plains that will have some ice accumulations on Sunday, helping to melt some of the ice.
With temperatures dipping below freezing once again on Monday night, any wet surfaces from the snow and ice melt from the day may re-freeze, reviving the threat of slick spots and travel delays.
It marked the second time that Mount Shindake has erupted in the last nine months, according to the Global Volcanism Project at the Smithsonian Institution.
A push of cooler air will slash summerlike conditions across the Upper Midwest then in the Northeast beginning this weekend.
Flood-ravaged Texas and Oklahoma are in line for additional rounds of drenching showers and thunderstorms into Saturday night.
The same cold front poised to mark and end to the midsummerlike warmth will also spread rain and thunderstorms into the region this weekend.
Tropical Depression One-E formed early Thursday morning in the eastern Pacific, and is expected to become Tropical Storm Andres later Thursday.
A very active typhoon season combined with drought in much of India could have a significant impact on lives and property for more than a billion people in Asia during the summer of 2015.
Leesburg, VA (1982)
In Leesburg, VA (suburb of Washington, DC) there was 2.20 inches of rain in 15 minutes.
Major Memorial Day weekend snowstorm began in Montana dumping up to 4 feet of snow with drifts of 10 to 12 feet.
Sacramento, CA (1984)
All-time record high for May -- 110 degrees. The old record was 100.