Parts of California, the Northeast, the Midwest, Central Rockies and the Great Lakes area are forecast to be hit by heavy snow this week, including on Wednesday, the busiest day for Thanksgiving holiday travel.
Severe storm systems heading to parts of the Central states, and potentially spreading south and east, are predicted to cause major travel disruptions on the busiest day of the year for Thanksgiving holiday commuters.
As of Tuesday morning, the storm is lurking over the Rocky Mountains. Parts of Montana are expected to receive almost five inches of snow. The storm is expected to move through the Rockies and affect parts of Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri, and Iowa, after hitting Utah, Wyoming and Colorado.
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Madison County, Illinois, has called on the National Guard to assist due to flooding levels not seen since 1993.
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At least three states including Nebraska, Iowa and Wisconsin have declared states of emergency in the wake of historic flooding and blizzard conditions caused by the "bomb cyclone."
The storm was expected to begin as early as Friday night in the Midwest and Central Plains.
Dogs across the U.S. are being found frozen to death or left to die in subzero temperatures as animal rescue and police report dozens of "horrifying" scenes of neglect.
With temperatures reaching 20 degrees below zero and colder, the National Weather Service was urging people not to go outside.
Several airlines offered ticket holders the opportunity to switch their flights for free.
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A blast of Arctic air known as a Polar Vortex has descended on the Midwest, bringing the coldest temperatures in a generation, if not on record.
The storm was making its way east as of Thursday.
More than a foot of snow is expected in some areas.
"The Midwest is an area that is getting restless about what they hoped was going to occur," the director of the Marist Institute for Public Opinion said.
The few inches of snow dropped in the Northeast Monday are expected to melt by Monday afternoon or Tuesday as temperatures rise to the low 40s.
"People in the Northeast can breathe a sigh of relief that this will not become a nor'easter," said Dr. Greg Postel, a hurricane and storm specialist at The Weather Channel.
"This fast-moving epidemic does not stay within state and county lines."
Parts of the Midwest brace for more flooding and heavy rain this week, after storms claimed the lives of at least five people over the weekend.
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