Dangerous arctic air continues across much of the nation today.
With a bitter chill lingering across Tennessee, ice remains a big concern on the roads.
An Arctic cold front pushed major cold into much of the country last week while a major ice and snowstorm swept from the southern Plains into the Northeast with widespread travel delays and power outages.
Kick-off temperatures only in the 20s and 30s from Dallas to Cincinnati with snow and sleet impacting both NCAA and NFL games this weekend.
Ice and snow are departing tonight, but many spots, especially Texas and Arkansas, will feel the effects for days.
Snow will depart the Northeast through the night, while snow piles up in the Sierra Nevada through Saturday.
In Minnesota, the record for the longest bell ringing is in jeopardy, but all for a great cause.
A major winter storm produced extensive travel delays leading to the cancellation of hundreds of flights.
A storm that will bring snow in the Valleys of California Saturday morning will also help produce snow and ice Sunday into Monday across the mid-Atlantic and Northeast.
Check in with Evan Myers to get the latest on the ice, snow, rain and cold.