Following the impacts of a major winter storm in the Midwest and Northeast this weekend, a blast of frigid, windy weather will complicate travel and cleanup efforts across the region.
As a storm with snow and ice strengthens, gusty winds and plummeting temperatures will lead to blizzard conditions in some areas of the Midwest this weekend.
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A storm with feet of snow, blizzard conditions, a significant build-up of ice, tree-breaking winds and plunging temperatures will close roads, cause flight cancellations and disrupt daily activities over a large part of the northeastern United States this weekend.
Mammoth Mountain Ski Area, in Mammoth Lakes, California, is cleaning up after it was buried with several feet of snow between January 16-17.
Sunday is shaping up to be brutally cold in Kansas City as fans fill Arrowhead Stadium to watch the AFC championship game.
While a winter storm churns to their north, residents the lower Mississippi Valley will face a severe weather threat on Saturday.
The moon will turn red over the United States on Sunday night during the last total lunar eclipse of the decade.
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A much-needed break from the storms touting inches of rain and feet of snow will begin in some areas on Friday and expand to much of the Pacific coast by next week.