Winter storm warnings cover a stretch of almost 2000 miles from the Plains to New England.
Snow has been accumulating in the Midwest since midnight and it is only just beginning for the interior Northeast.
The city of Chicago is under a blizzard warning that begins at 2 p.m. CST. Snow is expected to fall up to an inch per hour across a long stretch of I-80 through this evening.
With a blizzard warning issued for the Chicago area today starting at 2 p.m. local time, people are out and about, stocking up on all the essentials.
Another round of snow impacted the Northeast, causing slippery travel closing up the workweek.
Mostly sunny skies and comfortable conditions will greet fans for the big game at the University of Phoenix Stadium.
The Cincinnati Cyclones traded their skates for running shoes in an effort to raise money for cancer research.
There's usually a steady stream of shoppers in and out of Milwaukee's Metro Market, but with the storm and the big game, things got busy.
Heavy snow will impact millions across the region through the weekend. Get the latest coverage from Evan Myers.
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