While severe weather will wind down on Sunday; snow and ice will continue from the upper midwest to northern New England.
Snow will spread northeast into Iowa and northern Missouri overnight with slick travel and several inches. Freezing rain will target central Michigan and New England with dangerous travel as well.
The threat for damaging winds will remain high deep into the night over the Ohio and Tennessee Valley as well as the Deep South. Isolated tornadoes also remain possible along with flooding.
Ice accumulation brings down trees and power lines.
While temperatures will soar across the eastern US cold and snow will dominate the Midwest and Great Lakes.
Ice accumulating on rooftops in Maine is becoming a major structural hazard.
Freezing rain brought widespread accidents and power outages across Oklahoma, Saturday morning.
High fire danger continued over the state of California last week while cold and snow impacted the Pacific Northwest. Meteorologist Justin Povick has the details.
A look at how intense snowstorms got to be called 'blizzards'
Holiday travelers should expect travel delays through the weekend from Seattle, to Chicago to Kansas City.