A storm will move through the region tonight and tomorrow, causing rain with thunderstorms to the south and some snowon the northern fringe. After that, it looks quiet for a while.
Slick travel will continue along I-81 in Virginia Sunday night while wet weather impacts the southeast on Monday.
Freezing rain will slowly transition over to a plain rain cvernight along 1-81 in western and central Virginia. Slippery and dangerous travel will continue until temperatures rise above 32.
A volunteer group in Wisconsin makes sure troops overseas have a happy holiday.
The bitter cold remains for Monday night football as the Cowboys take on the Bears in Chicago.
Where will the worst be? Evan Myers has coverage.
A trough of low pressure that's spread across the Western United States created problems for travelers along I-80 and Highway 160 in Nevada.
Snow showers continue to push across the Midwest bringing slippery spots to the roads.
Major cold set the stage for record lows and wintry weather over a good chunk of the country last week. Meteorologist Justin Povick has the latest.
Most spots have a magic number that help meteorologists decide if it will rain or snow; the critical thickness.
New York City, Philadelphia, Washington, D.C. and the remainder of the I-95 corridor through Virignia will have their first accumulating snow and ice. Bernie Rayno has the details.