AccuWeather reporter is in Asheville, North Carolina where many abandoned vehicles are scattered along Interstate-76 in midst of dangerous winter storm on Dec. 9.
A storm unloading heavy snow and ice from North Carolina to central and southern Virginia will bring the likelihood of widespread power outages, travel shutdowns and disruptions to daily activities into Monday.
Dry, milder weather is expected for clean-up efforts across the southern U.S. following a dose of heavy snow, ice and flooding rainfall.
The northeastern U.S. is in the midst of a rare dry spell, though it is expected to come to a soaking end later this week.
After a relatively quiet start to December, storms will roll through the northwestern United States on a regular basis through this week.
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