A frigid night is on tap for much of he East but temps are set to rebound.
Thursday got off to a windy start in Park Ridge, New Jersey with downed trees and power lines.
The Northeast and Midwest will have a day or two to dig out before the next threat for a storm. Bernie Rayno has the details.
Sunshine continues for both the Cactus and Grapefruit leagues.
In the wake of a powerful cold front, much cooler temperatures will return to the Northeast for a day, while the southern Plains begin to warm back up.
As the snowstorm winds down, cold, gusty winds will contiue into Thursday afternoon. Friday will bring warmer and more pleasant weather with some sunshine.
Thunderstorms rocked areas along the East Coast while parts of New England got more snow. Stef Davis has your top stories.
A bitter blast has moved into the East, but just wait until tomorrow. Evan Myers has details.
Gusty winds knock down trees and power lines.
The late-season snow kept plow drivers busy as the snow came down 1-2 inches per hour on Wednesday.