Two people have died, while at least 158,000 were reported to be without power on Monday due to Storm Izzy, according to The Weather Channel.
Fire crews in specialist gear managed to rescue the dog amid freezing temperatures brought by Winter Storm Izzy.
Storm Izzy has struck the East Coast with heavy snow and caused power outages and travel disruption in multiple states.
Winter storm Izzy has caused travel chaos as wintry weather conditions forced airlines to cancel thousands of flights ahead of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Snowfall of around four inches was forecast for some parts of the Cincinnati Tri-State area, which includes some Ohio counties.
The major winter storm caused widespread travel disruption and power outages on a holiday weekend.
Storm Izzy could make travel "very difficult to impossible" in some areas, National Weather Service advises.
The Midwest will be the first part of the United States to see snow on Friday, with the NWS issuing several weather warnings.
New Hampshire's Mount Washington Observatory posted a photo of frozen spaghetti to its Facebook page after recording a temperature of minus-26 degrees.
Boris Oravec's Instagram states he's a four-time world champion in ball hockey, a cross fit athlete and a Red Bull ice cross athlete.
"We want to make sure there's no risk of students being either out in the cold on the way to school," said Boston Mayor Michelle Wu ahead of the frigid weather.
The U.S. reported the hottest December on record with an average temperature of 39.3 degrees, 6.7 degrees higher than the average temperature.
The U.S. spent more than $145 billion on weather- or climate-related disasters during 2021, according to the National Centers for Environmental Information.
Delbert Pratt went out to move his vehicle to higher ground and did not return, said his wife, who reported him missing.
Photos and videos posted on social media showed a funnel cloud near George Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston.
At one point, a boat crew rescues two stranded people who are standing on a pickup truck that's almost completely submerged.
A huge pileup was filmed on the Western Kentucky Parkway after Thursday brought a heavy storm.
The snow could make travel "very difficult to impossible" as snowdrifts can cut visibility, while powerful gusts can bring down tree branches.
Kentucky's first major winter storm of 2022 has caused hundreds of traffic accidents across the state and closed major highways.
"His belly-sliding skills are 10/10!" the Smithsonian Zoo tweeted about its giant panda bear cub.
"No one came. It was just shocking...no one knew how to even clear one lane for all of us to get out of that mess?" said a motorist who was stuck for 16 hours.
"Crews have made substantial progress since Tuesday morning directing travelers," said the Virginia DOT.
"The real failure here was communication and management involvement," says one passenger.
"It will probably also turn out to be the warmest winter month, period," a climatologist said.
Kaine was reportedly stuck on Virginia highways since Monday afternoon, when he started what is typically a two-hour commute to Washington, D.C.
Heavy snowfall in Washington, D.C, forced traffic to a standstill as transport services attempted to clear roads of the heavy snow and fallen trees.
D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser declared a "Snow Emergency," leading a number of public agencies to shutter their doors.
The meteor traveling over Pittsburgh was about a yard in diameter with a mass of about half a ton and was traveling at roughly 45,000 mph.
A 2.5-magnitude earthquake was reported Monday morning northeast of Columbia, which is the threshold for when a quake can usually be felt on the surface.
States across the Mid-Atlantic are digging out from a massive snowstorm that left hundreds stranded on highways and hundreds of thousands without power. Live updates for this blog have ended.